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  • I agree, here we have 6PE configured and active... but not using it actually :) All our traffic is in VRFs (including DFZ/internet) so 6VPE is where our IPv6 traffic really is. Our global/master instance is really only an MPLS control plane. But, ...

  • Thank you Aaron for your message. These are some nice tips. Thank you so much. I'll check the links you provided ------------------------------ MOHAMAMD AYASH ------------------------------

  • I agree and reiterate Olivier's comments.... I do 6VPE, which I understand is IPv6 over L3VPN. My Internet and CDN links are dual stacked. I already had IPv4 L3VPN. Then sometime later, I needed to dual stack. I had to change the edge of my sp ...

  • About inet6 firewall filters, to match Layer4 protocol you'll have to use «match next-header» for loopback filters, and «match payload-protocol» for interface filters on MX (but probably next-header on SRX, not too sure). Annoying. ------------------------------ ...

  • Very simple, really. 6PE tunneling: set protocols mpls ipv6-tunneling We also use these following lines for various reasons: have working VRFs, traceroutes, having internal pathes using IGP metrics even for MPLS/LDP, use explicit null ...

  • Hi Olivier thank you for your reply. That does not sound like a lot of work, does it? We have our own public IPv6 ranges that we want to advertise to our clients. When it comes to implementing 6PE/6VPE, which security concerns do I need to think of? ...

  • DS-Lite is not a Juniper stuff or dual stack solution: it is a IPv4 to IPv6 tunneling migration solution to deal with end user customers/subscribers (and with CGNAT). This is probably not what your are looking for at all. On our MPLS-IPv4 (ISIS, LDP, ...


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