In previous chapter on IPv6, we focused exclusively on a pure-IPv6 environment and learned about how IPv6 operates, as well as how the different routing protocols that support IPv6 routing are configured and validated in Cisco IOS software. While it is important to have a solid understanding of IPv6 on its own, the reality of the situation is that IPv4 is still the most predominately used version of the IP protocol. For this reason, it is important to understand how to integrate the two different protocol stacks en-route to migrating to a pure-IPv6 environment. The core ROUTE . . .
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