Create an IPv6 Extended ACL to block ping echo request from your network.
1) Using the IPv6 network assigned specifically to you (posted on Blackboard) design an IPv6 sub-network (using CIDR notation) that will meet the needs of Acme Corporation (from LAB 8). The selected option must follow good network design goals. Develop an IP network number scheme for each type of device on the network. Apply your network IP number scheme by assigning IP addresses to types of devices used at each location. Diagram the entire network applying this scheme.
Here is the IPv6:
2) Using GNS3 or Cisco Packet Tracer complete the set-up of each router, switch, and PC in the Toledo-Napoleon-Port Clinton scenario.
a. Each Router must use IPv6 Addressing
b. Each location must have a switch connected to an Ethernet port
The switch does not need to have an IP address assigned
c. Each switch must have at least one PC connected using IPv6 addressing
3) Apply the configuration statements to enable static route entries to allow all devices on the inter-network to communicate?
4) Apply the configuration statements to enable IPv6 RIP dynamic routing protocol to allow all devices on the inter-network to communicate?
5) Apply the configuration statements to enable IPv6 OSPF dynamic routing protocol to allow all devices on the inter-network to communicate?
6) Create an IPv6 Extended ACL to block ping echo request from your network.
Hard copies of all the config files, Route Tables, Screen Shots of the successful pings and for question 6 – the blocked pings, and the network diagram including your IP addressing scheme will be turned in on the last day of class.
NOTE: You must have config files and route tables for each of the 3 routers for each task.
Note: Project must do via IPv6: