How can you keep unwanted and unauthorized routing messages off of your network? Find out how to use DHCPv6 Guard in this video.
- [Instructor] If you're familiar with the concept … of DHCP snooping for IP version four, … then DHCP version six Guard is a very similar feature … for IP version six networks. … DHCP version six Guard blocks DHCP reply … and advertisement messages that originate … from unauthorized DHCP servers … or DHCP relay agents in order to prevent rogue servers … from handing out addresses on our network. … Very similar to what we looked at with RA Guard, … DHCP version six Guard requires first a policy … to be configured in DHCP Guard configuration mode, … and then that policy can be applied on a per interface basis … or at the VLAN level, … applying the policy itself to the selected interfaces. … Let's say we have a switch in our network … and off of Gig 0/1, … we have a legitimate DHCP server that we do want to trust. … In order to configure DHCP version six Guard for this, … we would first create a policy … with the command IP version six DHCP guard policy … followed by the name of the policy. …
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