Configuring an IPv6 Floating Static Route | 200-125 Cisco Exam

Command to Configure an IPv6 Floating Static Route

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Which command can you enter to configure an IPV6 floating static route?



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A. B. C. D.


The correct command to configure an IPv6 floating static route is option D: Router(config)# ipv6 route FE80:0202::/32 serial 0/1 1.

Let's break down the command and understand what each part means:

  • Router(config)#: This is the command line interface (CLI) prompt in global configuration mode on a Cisco router.
  • ipv6 route: This command tells the router that you want to add an IPv6 route to its routing table.
  • FE80:0202::/32: This is the destination IPv6 network or prefix that you want to reach.
  • serial 0/1: This is the interface that the router should use to reach the destination network. In this case, it is serial interface 0/1.
  • 1: This is the administrative distance of the route. It is used to determine the preference of the route if there are multiple routes to the same destination. A lower administrative distance is more preferred.

Option A is incorrect because it is missing the administrative distance. Option B is incorrect because it sets the destination to the default route (::/0) instead of a specific network or prefix. Option C is incorrect because it is not a valid IPv6 route command.