IPv6 explicit BGP group configs
owen at delong.com
Mon Feb 13 05:01:52 UTC 2012
It has limitations, but, it's documented pretty well in the excellent Day One/Day Two Juniper books for IPv6 written by Chris Grundemann.
However, as others have said, I strongly subscribe to the school of "don't do that, it leads to unnecessary pain and provides little benefit.
On Feb 12, 2012, at 8:50 PM, Aleksi Suhonen wrote:
> keith tokash wrote:
>> 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;
> I haven't really looked very hard, since I subscribe to the stated reasons for keeping v4 and v6 sessions apart. (migration, max-pfx, ...)
> To my knowledge, JunOS doesn't even support using a single TCP session to exchange routes of all address families. If someone knows how to do this - if even for just IPv4 and IPv6 unicast - let me know ... ;-)
> Aleksi Suhonen / Axu TM Oy
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