IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) Cheatsheet

IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) Cheatsheet

Like IPv4, IPv6 also supports routing protocols that allow routers to exchange information over connected networks.

As with IPv4, IPv6 routing protocols can be vectors of distances and links. An example of a distance vector protocol is RIPng with the number of jumps as a measure. An example of a connection state routing protocol is OSPF with cost as a metric.

IPv6 supports the following routing protocols:

RIPng (RIP new generation)
EIGRP for IPv6
IS-IS for IPv6
MP-BGP4 (multiprotocol BGP-4)

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