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  • 1.  MX480 - 16.3 - 6VPE IPv6 Routes Hidden

    Posted 02-01-2017 08:14

    Greetings.

     

    I have been struggling with completing a setup in the lab where I have 2 MX's routers acting as PEs.  The default RI is configured for MPBGP peering where both IPv4 and IPv6 routes will be distributed to various VRFs. The Ipv4 works fine.  I have gone through many different websites and tried many configurations and I am still unable to get the IPv6 routes to become usable.  I know I am missing a secret sauce but at this point I am unable to figure it out.  Looking for valid suggections (really appreciate it).

     

    I am using the Mapped IPv4<>IPv6 addresses for the interfaces between the 2 nodes.  The route I am concerend with is 2021:........ 

     

    The interface ae44 is the link from the MX to a series of QFX switched where the end CE device is located.  VLAN 2300 and 2301 are the redundant paths to the end device, I cna ping both the IPv4 and v6 addresses across the links.  I am only working on 1 of the PEs at the moment to get the setup working.  IPv4 is working to both PEs today.

     

    Please let me know what other info you need to look at.  Again, I really appreciate the help in advance.

     

    <snippets>
    
    set version 16.1R3.10
    set system allow-v4mapped-packets
    set interfaces ae44 description "MX10 to SWL044VC Underlay"
    set interfaces ae44 vlan-tagging
    set interfaces ae44 mtu 9022
    set interfaces ae44 encapsulation extended-vlan-bridge
    set interfaces ae44 aggregated-ether-options lacp active
    set interfaces ae44 aggregated-ether-options lacp periodic fast
    set interfaces ae44 unit 303 vlan-id 303
    set interfaces ae44 unit 309 vlan-id 309
    set interfaces ae44 unit 323 vlan-id 323
    set interfaces ae44 unit 329 vlan-id 329
    set interfaces ae44 unit 2300 vlan-id 2300
    set interfaces ae44 unit 2301 vlan-id 2301
    set interfaces ae44 unit 2350 vlan-id 2350
    set interfaces ae44 unit 2351 vlan-id 2351
    set interfaces ae44 unit 2352 vlan-id 2352
    set interfaces ae44 unit 2353 vlan-id 2353
    set interfaces ae44 unit 2360 vlan-id 2360
    set interfaces ae44 unit 2361 vlan-id 2361
    set interfaces ae44 unit 2362 vlan-id 2362
    set interfaces ae44 unit 2363 vlan-id 2363
    set interfaces irb mtu 9022
    set interfaces irb gratuitous-arp-reply
    set interfaces irb unit 303 family inet address 172.18.120.1/24
    set interfaces irb unit 309 family inet address 172.18.121.1/24
    set interfaces irb unit 323 family inet address 172.18.122.1/24
    set interfaces irb unit 329 family inet address 172.18.123.1/24
    set interfaces irb unit 2300 family inet address 10.220.21.1/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2300 family inet address 10.220.23.1/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2300 family inet6 address ::ffff:10.220.21.1/126
    set interfaces irb unit 2300 family mpls
    set interfaces irb unit 2301 family inet address 10.220.21.5/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2301 family inet address 10.220.23.5/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2301 family inet6 address ::ffff:adc:1505/126
    set interfaces irb unit 2301 family mpls
    set interfaces irb unit 2350 family inet address 10.220.21.9/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2350 family inet address 10.220.23.9/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2350 family inet6 address 2275:0:0:3fd:10:220:21:9/126
    set interfaces irb unit 2351 family inet address 10.220.21.17/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2351 family inet address 10.220.23.17/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2351 family inet6 address 2275:0:0:3fd:10:220:21:d/126
    set interfaces irb unit 2352 family inet address 10.220.21.25/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2352 family inet address 10.220.23.25/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2352 family inet6 address 2275:0:0:3fd:10:220:21:11/126
    set interfaces irb unit 2353 family inet6 address 2275:0:0:3fd:10:220:21:31/126
    set interfaces irb unit 2360 family inet address 10.220.21.13/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2360 family inet address 10.220.23.13/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2360 family inet6 address 2275:0:0:3fd:10:220:21:15/126
    set interfaces irb unit 2361 family inet address 10.220.21.21/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2361 family inet address 10.220.23.21/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2361 family inet6 address 2275:0:0:3fd:10:220:21:19/126
    set interfaces irb unit 2362 family inet address 10.220.21.29/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2362 family inet address 10.220.23.29/30
    set interfaces irb unit 2362 family inet6 address 2275:0:0:3fd:10:220:21:1d/126
    set interfaces irb unit 2363 family inet6 address 2275:0:0:3fd:10:220:21:35/126
    set interfaces lo0 unit 0 family inet address 10.229.21.2/32
    set interfaces lo0 unit 0 family inet6 address 2275:0:0:3fd:10:229:21:2/128
    set interfaces lo0 unit 0 family inet6 address ::ffff:10.229.21.2/128
    set interfaces lo0 unit 21 family inet address 10.229.21.2/32
    set interfaces lo0 unit 2232 family inet6 address 2275:0:0:3fd:10:229:21:31/128
    
        set routing-options static route 10.229.21.1/32 next-hop 10.220.21.2
        set routing-options static route 10.229.21.1/32 next-hop 10.220.21.6
        set routing-options static route 10.229.21.21/32 next-hop 10.220.21.18
        set routing-options static route 10.229.21.21/32 next-hop 10.220.21.22
        set routing-options static route 10.229.21.31/32 next-hop 10.220.21.26
        set routing-options static route 10.229.21.31/32 next-hop 10.220.21.30
        set routing-options static route 10.229.23.1/32 next-hop 10.220.23.2
        set routing-options static route 10.229.23.1/32 next-hop 10.220.23.6
        set routing-options static route 10.229.23.21/32 next-hop 10.220.23.18
        set routing-options static route 10.229.23.21/32 next-hop 10.220.23.22
        set routing-options static route 10.229.23.31/32 next-hop 10.220.23.26
        set routing-options static route 10.229.23.31/32 next-hop 10.220.23.30
        set routing-options rib-groups myrib import-rib VF-NC-S1-OPCO2.inet.0
        set routing-options rib-groups myrib import-rib VF-NC-S1-OPCO1.inet.0
        set routing-options rib-groups myrib import-rib inet.0
        set routing-options rib-groups myrib import-rib VF-NC-SGi.inet.0
        set routing-options rib-groups myrib import-rib inet6.3
        set routing-options rib-groups myrib import-rib VF-NC-SGi.inet6.0
        set routing-options route-distinguisher-id 172.18.74.30
        set routing-options autonomous-system 10100
        set routing-options forwarding-table export load-balancing-policy
        set routing-options resolution rib bgp.l3vpn.0 resolution-ribs inet.0
        set protocols mpls ipv6-tunneling
        set protocols mpls interface ae44.2300
        set protocols mpls interface ae44.2301
    
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp type external
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp multihop ttl 2
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp accept-remote-nexthop
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp local-address 10.229.21.2
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp family inet unicast
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp family inet-vpn unicast
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp family inet6 labeled-unicast explicit-null  <<< This is the latest config change.  I have tried not using this as well.
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp family inet6-vpn unicast
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp vpn-apply-export
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp bfd-liveness-detection minimum-interval 167
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp bfd-liveness-detection minimum-receive-interval 167
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp bfd-liveness-detection multiplier 3
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp bfd-liveness-detection no-adaptation
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp bfd-liveness-detection session-mode multihop
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp multipath
        set protocols bgp group vf-nc-mpbgp neighbor 10.229.21.1 peer-as 10210
    
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi instance-type vrf
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi interface ae13.2231
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi route-distinguisher 172.18.74.30:300
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi vrf-target import target:10100:300
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi vrf-target export target:10100:300
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi vrf-table-label
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi routing-options static route 0.0.0.0/0 next-hop 192.168.12.201
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi routing-options autonomous-system 121030
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi routing-options auto-export
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi protocols bgp graceful-restart
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi protocols bgp group vf-nc-sgi type external
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi protocols bgp group vf-nc-sgi local-address 192.168.12.202
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi protocols bgp group vf-nc-sgi peer-as 121200
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi protocols bgp group vf-nc-sgi local-as 121031
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi protocols bgp group vf-nc-sgi multipath
        set routing-instances VF-NC-SGi protocols bgp group vf-nc-sgi neighbor 192.168.12.201
    
        <snippet>
        labadmin@rchmx480-vmcg10> show route table VF-NC-SGi.inet6.0 detail hidden
    
        VF-NC-SGi.inet6.0: 20 destinations, 20 routes (3 active, 0 holddown, 17 hidden)
        2021:1:2:1::/64 (1 entry, 0 announced)
                 BGP    Preference: 170/-101
                        Route Distinguisher: 10210:300
                        Next hop type: Unusable, Next hop index: 0
                        Address: 0x283ec84
                        Next-hop reference count: 50
                        State: <Secondary Hidden Ext ProtectionCand>
                        Local AS: 10100 Peer AS: 10210
                        Age: 17:06:35   Metric: 1
                        Validation State: unverified
                        Task: BGP_10210.10.229.21.1
                        AS path: 10210 ?
                        Communities: target:10100:300
                        Import Accepted
                        VPN Label: 42
                        Localpref: 100
                        Router ID: 21.21.1.1
                        Primary Routing Table bgp.l3vpn-inet6.0
    
        2021:1:2:2::/63 (1 entry, 0 announced)
                 BGP    Preference: 170/-101
                        Route Distinguisher: 10210:300
                        Next hop type: Unusable, Next hop index: 0
                        Address: 0x283ec84
                        Next-hop reference count: 50
                        State: <Secondary Hidden Ext ProtectionCand>
                        Local AS: 10100 Peer AS: 10210
                        Age: 17:06:35   Metric: 1
                        Validation State: unverified
                        Task: BGP_10210.10.229.21.1
                        AS path: 10210 ?
                        Communities: target:10100:300
                        Import Accepted
                        VPN Label: 43
                        Localpref: 100
                        Router ID: 21.21.1.1
                        Primary Routing Table bgp.l3vpn-inet6.0
    
        labadmin@rchmx480-vmcg10> show bgp summary
        Groups: 9 Peers: 13 Down peers: 1
        Table          Tot Paths  Act Paths Suppressed    History Damp State    Pending
        inet.0
                              78         21          0          0          0          0
        inet6.0
                               0          0          0          0          0          0
        bgp.l3vpn.0
                             107        107          0          0          0          0
        bgp.l3vpn-inet6.0
                              25          0          0          0          0          0
        Peer                     AS      InPkt     OutPkt    OutQ   Flaps Last Up/Dwn State|#Active/Received/Accepted/Damped...
        10.229.21.1           10210       2068       2250       0       0    17:07:09 Establ
          inet.0: 0/9/9/0
          bgp.l3vpn.0: 21/21/21/0
          bgp.l3vpn-inet6.0: 0/22/22/0
          VF-NC-S1-OPCO1.inet6.0: 0/3/3/0
          VF-NC-S1-OPCO1.inet.0: 9/9/9/0
          VF-NC-S1-OPCO2.inet.0: 9/9/9/0
          VF-NC-SGi.inet.0: 3/3/3/0
          VF-NC-S1-OPCO2.inet6.0: 0/2/2/0
          VF-NC-SGi.inet6.0: 0/17/17/0 <<<<<<<<<<<<<Hidden routes.
    
    
    


  • 2.  RE: MX480 - 16.3 - 6VPE IPv6 Routes Hidden

    Posted 02-01-2017 11:05

    Hello,

     

    There is a lot of configuration that is extra or not needed. There's a confusion in your rib-groups, you have a lot of tables in "myrib" and you're not applying it anywhere, so it's not doing anything. Also, you are making routes from bgp.l3vpn.0 to be resolved via inet.0, which makes me think you have no routes in inet.3, so no routes will be copied to inet6.3 with "ipv6-tunneling". Could you share a simple diagram with the devices, connections and IP's (phy interfaces, sub-interfaces/vlans and loopbacks). (This could speed up if I could access the lab via teamviewer or something similar)

     

    This could show you a bit what is happening:

    show route resolution unresolved         

    show route receive-protocol bgp 10.229.21.1 table bgp.l3vpn-inet6.0 hidden  <<< Get the next hop x.x.x.x

    show route x.x.x.x

     

     



  • 3.  RE: MX480 - 16.3 - 6VPE IPv6 Routes Hidden

    Posted 02-01-2017 11:40
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    You are corect, there are no routes in inet.3 or inet6.3.  Some of this configuration I used from a few websites showing IPv4.  All the routes and traffic flow are correct and work (by accident, maybe) for v4 but the issue is v6 and some of that very well can be a misunderstanding. 

     

    MPBGP is new to me and the work I am doing.  I will try to put a pic together. 

     

    labadmin@rchmx480-vmcg10> show route receive-protocol bgp 10.229.21.1 table bgp.l3vpn-inet6.0 hidden
    
    bgp.l3vpn-inet6.0: 34 destinations, 34 routes (9 active, 0 holddown, 25 hidden)
    Restart Complete
      Prefix                  Nexthop              MED     Lclpref    AS path
      10210:300:2021:1:2:1::/64
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:2::/63
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:4::/62
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:8::/61
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:10::/60
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:20::/59
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:40::/58
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:80::/57
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:100::/56
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:200::/55
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:400::/54
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:800::/53
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:1000::/52
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:2000::/51
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:4000::/50
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2021:1:2:8000::/49
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:300:2280::1020:2:2010:8:101/128
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:101:2280::1020:2:2011:3:1/128
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1   1                  10210 ?
      10210:101:fdc9::4e99:10:210:21:0/125
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1                      10210 ?
      10210:101:fdc9::4e99:10:210:21:8/125
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1                      10210 ?
      10210:102:fdc9::4e99:ad2:1510/125
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1                      10210 ?
      10210:102:fdc9::4e99:ad2:1518/125
                              ::ffff:10.229.21.1                      10210 ?
    
    
    
    labadmin@rchmx480-vmcg10> show route table inet6.3
    
    labadmin@rchmx480-vmcg10> show route table inet.3
    
    
    <snippet>
    labadmin@rchmx480-vmcg10> show route resolution unresolved
    Tree Index 1
    Tree Index 2
    Tree Index 6
    Tree Index 3
    Tree Index 4
    10210:300:2021:1:2:2::/127
            Protocol Nexthop: ::ffff:10.229.21.1 Push 43
            Indirect nexthop: 0x0 - INH Session ID: 0x0      Path forwarding nexthops link: 0x0
             Path inh link: 0x0
    
    10210:300:2021:1:2:4::/126
            Protocol Nexthop: ::ffff:10.229.21.1 Push 44
            Indirect nexthop: 0x0 - INH Session ID: 0x0      Path forwarding nexthops link: 0x0
             Path inh link: 0x0
    
    10210:300:2021:1:2:8::/125
            Protocol Nexthop: ::ffff:10.229.21.1 Push 45
            Indirect nexthop: 0x0 - INH Session ID: 0x0      Path forwarding nexthops link: 0x0
             Path inh link: 0x0
    
    10210:300:2021:1:2:10::/124
            Protocol Nexthop: ::ffff:10.229.21.1 Push 46
            Indirect nexthop: 0x0 - INH Session ID: 0x0      Path forwarding nexthops link: 0x0
             Path inh link: 0x0
    
    10210:300:2021:1:2:20::/123
            Protocol Nexthop: ::ffff:10.229.21.1 Push 47
            Indirect nexthop: 0x0 - INH Session ID: 0x0      Path forwarding nexthops link: 0x0
             Path inh link: 0x0
    
    10210:300:2021:1:2:40::/122
            Protocol Nexthop: ::ffff:10.229.21.1 Push 48
            Indirect nexthop: 0x0 - INH Session ID: 0x0      Path forwarding nexthops link: 0x0
             Path inh link: 0x0
    
    

    I have attached a simple PDF of the configuration.  


    #BGP
    #IPv6
    #MPLS

    Attachment(s)

    pdf
    mxPeMPBGPSetup.pdf   48K 1 version


  • 4.  RE: MX480 - 16.3 - 6VPE IPv6 Routes Hidden
    Best Answer

    Posted 02-01-2017 13:05

    Don't worry, 6PE and 6VPE is and advanced topic if you're new to MP-BGP.

     

    Your issue is that ::ffff:10.229.21.1 is not present on inet6.3, and bgp.l3vpn-inet6.0 resolves it's routes next-hops with inet6.3. I understand the PE's are directly connected (no need for an LSP to reach 10.229.21.1), so you can use a rib-group to export the direct route 10.229.21.1 from inet.0 to inet6.3, this will automatically place the route as an ipv6 ipv4-mapped address in inet6.3. The simplest way to do this:

     

    set routing-options rib-group inet0-inet63 import-rib [inet.0 inet6.3]          <<< create the rib-group stating that routes placed in inet.0 should also be placed in inet6.3 (this does not do anything by itself)

    set routing-options interface-routes rib-group inet inet0-inet63        <<< this applies the rib-group to the interface routes (protocol direct) in the router.

     

    You could also add a policy to filter only 10.229.21.1/32 in the rib-group.

     

    Kindly try that and check again the same commands.

     

     



  • 5.  RE: MX480 - 16.3 - 6VPE IPv6 Routes Hidden

    Posted 02-01-2017 14:00

    I want to thank you for your time.  I had to modify the command you provided as if gave an error (inet.0 vs inet6.0) .  The biggest thing is learning how all the various route tables are used and shared with the system. 

     

    set routing-options rib-groups inet0-inet63 import-rib inet6.0
    set routing-options rib-groups inet0-inet63 import-rib inet6.3

    set routing-options interface-routes rib-group inet6 inet0-inet63 set routing-options rib inet6.3 static route ::ffff:10.229.21.1/128 next-hop ::ffff:10.220.21.2 set routing-options rib inet6.3 static route ::ffff:10.229.21.1/128 next-hop ::ffff:10.220.21.6 labadmin@rchmx480-vmcg10# run show route table VF-NC-SGi.inet6.0 VF-NC-SGi.inet6.0: 20 destinations, 20 routes (20 active, 0 holddown, 0 hidden) + = Active Route, - = Last Active, * = Both 2021:1:2:1::/64 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 42 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 42 2021:1:2:2::/63 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 43 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 43 2021:1:2:4::/62 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 44 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 44 2021:1:2:8::/61 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 45 > to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 45 2021:1:2:10::/60 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 46 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 46 2021:1:2:20::/59 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 47 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 47 2021:1:2:40::/58 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 48 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 48 2021:1:2:80::/57 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 49 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 49 2021:1:2:100::/56 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 50 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 50 2021:1:2:200::/55 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 51 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 51 2021:1:2:400::/54 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 52 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 52 2021:1:2:800::/53 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 53 > to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 53 2021:1:2:1000::/52 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 54 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 54 2021:1:2:2000::/51 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 55 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 55 2021:1:2:4000::/50 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 56 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 56 2021:1:2:8000::/49 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified > to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 57 to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 57 2275::3fc:192:168:12:300/126 *[Direct/0] 3w0d 06:02:19 > via ae13.2231 2275::3fc:192:168:12:302/128 *[Local/0] 3w0d 06:02:19 Local via ae13.2231 2280::1020:2:2010:8:101/128 *[BGP/170] 00:02:29, MED 1, localpref 100, from 10.229.21.1 AS path: 10210 ?, validation-state: unverified to ::ffff:10.220.21.2 via irb.2300, Push 58 > to ::ffff:10.220.21.6 via irb.2301, Push 58 fe80::223:9c08:b7fb:e8c2/128 *[Local/0] 3w0d 06:02:19 Local via ae13.2231 [edit] labadmin@rchmx480-vmcg10# run ping routing-instance VF-NC-SGi 2280::1020:2:2010:8:101 PING6(56=40+8+8 bytes) 2275::3fc:192:168:12:302 --> 2280::1020:2:2010:8:101 16 bytes from 2280::1020:2:2010:8:101, icmp_seq=0 hlim=64 time=2.126 ms 16 bytes from 2280::1020:2:2010:8:101, icmp_seq=1 hlim=64 time=1.812 ms 16 bytes from 2280::1020:2:2010:8:101, icmp_seq=2 hlim=64 time=2.417 ms 16 bytes from 2280::1020:2:2010:8:101, icmp_seq=3 hlim=64 time=2.308 ms ^C --- 2280::1020:2:2010:8:101 ping6 statistics --- 4 packets transmitted, 4 packets received, 0% packet loss round-trip min/avg/max/std-dev = 1.812/2.166/2.417/0.229 ms

    I was able to ping from the PE to a loopback on the end device and it works. 



  • 6.  RE: MX480 - 16.3 - 6VPE IPv6 Routes Hidden

    Posted 01-30-2019 14:56

    Hi,

     

    What is your traceroute output from CE to CE as the go through the 6VPE infra? Are the MPLS label and the ipv4-to-ipv6mapped Next-hop are shown in the traceroute?

     

    thanks

     



  • 7.  RE: MX480 - 16.3 - 6VPE IPv6 Routes Hidden

    Posted 02-01-2017 14:31
    Glad to know you learned something! Sorry for the confusion with the inet0 and inet6, forgot the 6 hehe.