FIGURE 1-14 Pinging the client from the domain controller.

27. Enter netsh interface ipv6 show neighbors.

Figure 1-15 shows the fec0:0:0:fffe::a interface as a neighbor on the same subnet as the domain controller

FIGURE 1-15 Showing the domain controller neighbors .

Lesson Summary

■ IPv4 addressing, subnetting, supernetting, CIDR, VLSM, and NAT are implemented in Windows Server 2008 in exactly the same way as in Windows Server 2003.

■ IPv6 supports unicast, multicast, and anycast addresses. Unicast addresses can be global, site-local, link-local, or special. IPX and NSAP mapped addresses are also supported

■ IPv6 is fully supported in Windows Server 2008 and addresses problems, such as lack of address space, that are associated with IPv4 .

■ IPv6 is designed to be backward-compatible, and IPV4-compatible addresses can be specified

■ Tools to configure and troubleshoot IPv6 include ping, ipconfig, tracert, pathping, and netsh. You can also configure IPv6 by using the TCP/IPv6 Properties GUI.

■ You can use netsh commands to configure IPv4 and IPv6 settings .

FIGURE 1-15 Showing the domain controller neighbors .

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