Confused about Sh IPv6 route outpout on test exam question.
Hi.I'm doing a lab test question.It's a simple configuration task for IPv6 and RIPng.I've attached an Image.
There are two routers with a single serial link that each have a lan connected to there fa0/0 interface.When I enter the sh ipv6 route command on either router , I see the RIP learned route to the fa0/0 Interface ends with " via (link local address) , fast ethernet 0/0.I understand the link local addresses for the fast ethernet and serial are the same due to serial interfaces not having a mac address.Why Is the fa0/0 interface mentioned as the outgoing Interface Instead of the routers serial Interface ?
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