IPv6 explicit BGP group configs

Joel jaeggli joelja at bogus.com
Wed Feb 8 11:36:50 CST 2012


On 2/8/12 08:59 , keith tokash wrote:
> 
> Hi,

I've done it either way, I prefer to put the v6 peers in a different
group  than the v4 peers so that I can group the policies at the group
rather than neighbor level.

> I'm prepping an environment for v6 and I'm wondering what, if
>  any, benefit there is to splitting v4 and v6 into separate groups.  
> We're running Junipers and things are fairly neat and ordered; we have 
> multiple links to a few providers in many sites, so we group them and 
> apply the policies at the group level.  We could stick the new v6 
> neighbors into the same group and apply the policies at the neighbor 
> level, or create new groups (i.e. Level3 and Level3v6).
> 
> This 
> might sound a little nit-picky, but I'm concerned that there's a nuance 
> I'm not thinking of right now and I don't want to be "that guy" who puts
>  something in place and is cursed for a decade.
> 
> Thanks,
> Keith Tokash 		 	   		  
> 




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