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Simplify Routing with IPv6 Static Routes

July 9, 2010 - 1 Comment

That’s right kids…its another ‘In the Lab’ released (yesterday) on our podcast channel (opens iTunes).

Simplify Routing with IPv6 Static Routes

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  1. A static routed IP network does not use routing protocols such as RIP for IP to communicate routing information between routers. All of the routing information is stored in a static routing table on each router.Nice Video Sharing.