Best practices IPv4/IPv6 BGP (dual stack)

Paul S. contact at winterei.se
Sat May 3 06:24:58 UTC 2014


As precaution, you should always deny ipv6 unicast on v4 sessions, and 
vice versa.

On 5/3/2014 午後 03:01, Eugeniu Patrascu wrote:
> On Fri, May 2, 2014 at 10:44 PM, Deepak Jain <deepak at ai.net> wrote:
>
>> Between peering routers on a dual-stacked network, is it considered best
>> practices to have two BGP sessions (one for v4 and one for v6) between
>> them? Or is it better to put v4 in the v6 session or v6 in the v4 session?
>>
>> According to docs, obviously all of these are supported and if both sides
>> are dual stacked, even the next-hops don't need to be overwritten.
>>
>>
> I've done it separately. IPv4 with IPv4, IPv6 with IPv6. From my point of
> view it's a cleaner configuration to have things decoupled completely:
> management, debugging.
>
>
>> Is there any community-approach to best practices here? Any FIB weirdness
>> (e.g. IPv4 routes suddenly start sucking up IPv6 TCAM space, etc)  that
>> results with one solution over the other?
>>
>>
> None that I've noticed.



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