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  1. Hello Rene,

    Thanks for the good work here.
    Hope you will cover some of v5 written topics for OSPF (3.6 f&g) soon.

  2. Thanks Leo, if there's anything you'd like to see just let me know or add your ideas here:

    networklessons.com/member-ideas/

  3. Rene
    Great explanation but I have question about ipv6. I am new to ipv6. Since we are dealing with ipv6 and ospfv3.what I understand from the lesson ospf v3 deals with ipv6. Don't we need to configure ipv6 address on the interfaces. You have configured ipv4 address
    Please let me know.

    Thanks
    Hamood

  4. Hamood,
    It used to be the case that OSPFv3 dealt exclusively with IPv6. The point of the lesson, however, is to show that this is no longer the case. OSPFv3 (via RFC 5838) now allows you to use it with both IPv4 and IPv6 via the concept of "address families."

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