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Page 1 of 1 CCNA 2 Case Study Phase 2 Case Study Phase 2 v6.0 IPv4 Configuration 1. Configure R1 R2 R3 serial interfaces using a 30 bit subnet mask. 1) Set the clock rate to 128000 bps on Serial DCE interfaces 2. Configure an IPv4 dynamic routing protocol that uses cost as metric. 2) Dynamically propagate a default IPv4 route via the Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) from R1 to both R2 and R3. 3. Configure NAT inside on all appropriate interfaces on R1. IPv6 Configuration 1. Configure a privately routable unique -local IPv6 address on the Serial links between R1, R2 & R3 2. Statically set the link-local address on all serial interfaces. 3. Configure an IPv6 dynamic routing protocol that uses hop count as the metric 4. Dynamically propagate a default IPv6 route via the Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) from R1 to R2
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