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Exam Preparation Tasks

Review All the Key Topics

Review the most important topics from this chapter, noted with the Key Topic icon. Table 25-7 lists these key topics and where each is discussed.

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Table 25-7. Key Topics for Chapter 25

Key Topic Element

Description

Page Number

List

Similarities between IPv4 and IPv6

693

List

Rules for abbreviating IPv6 addresses

698

List

Rules for expanding an abbreviated IPv6 address

699

List

Process steps to find an IPv6 prefix, based on the IPv6 address and prefix length

700

Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory

Print a copy of DVD Appendix M, “Memory Tables,” or at least the section for this chapter, and complete the tables and lists from memory. DVD Appendix N, “Memory Tables Answer Key,” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work.

Definitions of Key Terms

After your first reading of the chapter, try to define these key terms, but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. Chapter 30 directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam.

IPv4 address exhaustion

IETF

NAT

CIDR

IP version 6 (IPv6)

OSPF version 3 (OSPFv3)

EIGRP version 6 (EIGRPv6)

prefix

prefix length

quartet

Additional Practice with IPv6 Address Abbreviations

For additional practice abbreviating IPv6 addresses:

  • DVD Appendix K, “Practice for Chapter 25: Fundamentals of IP Version 6,” has some additional practice problems listed.
  • Create your own problems using any real router or simulator. Get into the router CLI, into configuration mode, and configure a 32-digit unabbreviated IPv6 address. Then predict the shortest abbreviation. Finally, use the show ipv6 interface command to see if the router used the same abbreviation you used.
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