Packet Tracer Help with IP Addressing Table

I am new to networking and just want some advice that the IPV4 and IPV6 table I filled out is correct - see attached
Please help.
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Welcome to the forums!

I have to ask: Is this part of a homework assignment? (Context matters here, so if it’s not homework, some information about the context this is being used in would be helpful)

In terms of being “correct” - the addresses look like valid addresses and are in the proper classifications. Beyond that, a lot depends on how the network’s subnets are configured.

It is an assignment. Below is the subnetting task and then asked to add two IPV4 subnets from it to the IPV6 table.
Network IP Address 192.168.40.0/24
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Number of Subnets to be made 4
Number of Hosts Created 64
Number of Useable Hosts Created 62
Subnet 1
Network IP Address 192.168.40.0/26
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
Start of IP Address Range 192.168.40.1
End of IP Address Range 192.168.40.62
Broadcast Address 192.168.40.63
Subnet 2
Network IP Address 192.168.40.64/26
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
Start of IP Address Range 192.168.40.65
End of IP Address Range 192.168.40.126
Broadcast Address 192.168.40.127
Subnet 3
Network IP Address 192.168.40.128/26
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
Start of IP Address Range 192.168.40.129
End of IP Address Range 192.168.40.190
Broadcast Address 192.168.40.191
Subnet 4
Network IP Address 192.168.40.192/26
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.192
Start of IP Address Range 192.168.40.193
End of IP Address Range 192.168.40.254
Broadcast Address 192.168.40.255
Then fill in the table below using any 2 (two) subnets for an IPv4 network.
and
Using the IPv6 network address 2001:DB8:ACAD::/64, complete the addressing table below and configure IPv6 addresses for all devices. Use FE80::1 as the link-local address on the interface

see attached
test 2
. Thank you.

Thanks for being clear about whether this is an assignment or not. As such, we’re not going to provide the answer, but perhaps a hint for something to look at might be to make sure that the addresses are assigned within the proper subnets. If I read this correctly, I believe there is an error along these lines.

Both IPV4 and IPV6 address are incorrectly assigned with the network interfaces?

I would say that it would be worth double-checking each row to make sure that the assigned addresses make sense based on the assigned subnets.

It might be useful to identify which interface on R1 each of the other devices is connected to, and then ensure that the assigned addresses make sense based on the interface that they’re connected to.

ETA: Since this isn’t specifically related to openSUSE, I’ve moved it to the Open Chat category.

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