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IPv6 paths in a network

The network below contains six routers. Each of these routers is configured with a single IPv6 address:

  • R0 uses 2001:0::1/32
  • R1 uses 2001:1::1/32
  • R2 uses 2001:2::1/32
  • R3 uses 2001:3::1/32
  • R4 uses 2001:4::1/32
  • R5 uses 2001:5::1/32

Remember that the binary notation for IPv6 address 2001:5::1 is 0010 0000 0000 0001 0000 0000 0000 0101 .... 0001

The network has been configured with the forwarding tables shown below.

https://inginious.org/course/cnp3/q-ipv6-static-3/figure.png

Question 1: Path from R0 to R5

What is the path followed by IPv6 packets from R0 to R5 ?

Provide your answer as a sequence of routers separated by -.

Question 2: Path from R5 to R1

What is the path followed by IPv6 packets from R5 to R1 ?

Provide your answer as a sequence of routers separated by -.