When you need to address discovery on your IPV6 network, you can use snooping. Find out how this process works in this video.
- [Instructor] The IP version six neighbor discovery … inspection feature, otherwise known as IP … version six snooping, is another way that we can mitigate … threats in our neighbor discovery process on a network. … IP version six nodes use the neighbor discovery protocol … or NDP to discover the presence and link layer addresses … of other nodes that reside on the same link. … This is used by both routers and hosts. … With hosts, NDP is leveraged in order to find … neighboring routers that can forward the packets. … And routers use that to advertise their own presence … on the network. … The NDP process is based on the exchange … of neighbor solicitation and advertisement messages. … And these NDP messages are unsecure, … meaning that they are susceptible to attacks. … And that's the reason that IP version six … snooping was developed. … With IP version six snooping, a device learns and populates … a binding table called the DHCP version six snooping table. … This is built by snooping DHCP …
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