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using static and dynamic IPv6

– As you move to IPv6, using static and dynamic IPv6 addresses becomes more important than ever. But not every network or device is ready so it is a process that takes time and practice. Thus, knowing how to display and configure IPv6 addresses and routes is more important than ever especially on subnets where IPv6 will be deployed soon.

write a 1-page minimum summary on the 3 topics listed below:
Key Points:
1. Configuring Static IPv6 Addresses on R1 and R2
2. Displaying IPv6 Routes
3. Rejecting the ipv6 route Command with Link-Local and No
Outgoing Interface.