I am still new on using cisco so please help me to understand this problem.
I had this problem whenever I ping the other PC is being'request timed out'.
I tried to use the static routing but it's not working.
Can anyone recommend what can I use to fix this problem? Thanks in advance
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For some reason, PacketTracer sends the packets from the routers as multicast with the crossover cable connected.
This changes when using a serial cable.
It may be due to a PT bug.
I attached the exercise with some changes I made.
Thank you @luis_cordova
But it seems that we have different version of packet tracer that making it not compatible with my version. What's your version of packet tracer?
Oh okay @luis_cordova
The given activity to us is the crossover is needed in the given topology to me.
But, thank you very much and I appreciate your help. :)
You configured Static routes the same as IPv4 routes on the lab but the static route will not work with interface direct connected command on fast ethernet. This will only work with Point to Point interface type.
Remove Static route configuration and add as below:
Add routing as:
ipv6 route 3000:300:AB:FFF::/64 3000:200:AB:FFF:2D0:97FF:FEE9:D202
ipv6 route 3000:100:AB:FFF::/64 3000:200:AB:FFF:20A:F3FF:FE4A:7E02
Here, is the guide, how to configure static or default on Ipv6: https://networklessons.com/ipv6/how-to-configure-ipv6-static-route