While version 6 of the Internet Protocol is similar to version 4, there are significant differences in the operation of the former as compared to the latter. While the primary emphasis of the current ROUTE exam is centered on routing for IPv6 networks, it is still important to have a fundamental understanding of the different protocols and mechanisms used by IPv6. The following IPv6 protocols and mechanisms are described in this section:
- ICMP for IPv6
- The IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol
- IPv6 Stateful Autoconfiguration
- IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration
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