IPv6 - TRAINING


Who Should Attend This Course

This course is intended for the following audiences:
■■ Windows networking consultants and planners This group includes anyone who will be planning for an eventual IPv6 migration with Windows.
■■ Microsoft Windows network administrators This group includes anyone who manages an IPv4-based network and wants to gain technical knowledge about IPv6 and its implementation in Windows.
■■ Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers (MCSEs) and Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCTs) Regardless of the eventual IPv6 content for Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) courseware for Windows Server, this course can be a standard reference for MCSEs and MCTs for IPv6 technology.
■■ General technical staff Because this course is mostly about IPv6 protocols and processes, independent of its implementation in Windows Server, general technical staff can use this course as an in-depth primer on IPv6 technologies.
■■ Information technology students This course originated as courseware for internal Microsoft software developers, testers, and program managers; thus it retains its capability as a course for IPv6 courses taught at an organization or educational institution, using Windows as the example IPv6 implementation.

What You Should Know Before Attending This Course

This course assumes a foundation of networking knowledge that includes basic networking concepts, widely used networking technologies, and sound knowledge of the TCP/ IP suite. Wherever possible, I try to facilitate the reader’s transition to IPv6 by comparing it with the corresponding feature, behavior, or component of IPv4.
For a firm foundation of knowledge of the TCP/IP protocol suite, let me recommend as a prerequisite that you read my other course, Windows Server 2008 TCP/IP Protocols and Services (Microsoft Press, 2008). Like this course, this resource is mostly about implementation-independent protocols and processes. As the author of this resource, I might be a bit biased; however, this course was written with Windows Server 2008 TCP/IP Protocols and Services in mind and builds upon it.

Course Summary and Details

Due to the following recent events, the importance of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) to the future of the Internet and organization intranets is now without question:
■■ On February 3, 2011, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) joined the Number Resources Organization (NRO), the Internet Architecture Board (IAB), and the Internet Society to announce that the pool of public Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) Internet addresses has now been completely allocated. Public IPv4 address space still exists to be assigned to organizations by regional address authorities, but there is no more public IPv4 address space in reserve.
■■ On June 8, 2011, Microsoft and other members of the Internet Society (ISOC) participated in World IPv6 Day to temporarily test connectivity and performance issues with dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) Internet properties.
■■ In April of 2012, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) published Request for Comments (RFC) 6540, “IPv6 Support Required for All IP-Capable Nodes.” This Best Current Practice RFC advises that IPv6 support be required for all network nodes, in addition to IPv4.
■■ On June 6, 2012, Microsoft and other members of the ISOC participated in World IPv6 Launch to permanently enable dual stack on Internet properties. The time has come to embrace, learn, and understand IPv6.
Pursuant to this need, this course is a straightforward discussion of the concepts, principles, and processes of IPv6 and how it is supported by the Microsoft Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista operating systems. Note that this course does not contain programming code–level details of the IPv6 protocol for these versions of Windows, such as structures, tables, buffers, or coding logic. These details are highly guarded Microsoft intellectual property that is of interest only to a relative handful of software developers. However, this course does contain details of how the Microsoft implementation of IPv6 in these versions of Windows works for described processes and how to modify default behaviors with Windows PowerShell and Netsh.exe tool commands, Group Policy settings, and registry values.
The purpose of this course is to provide an educational vehicle with which you can learn IPv6 to a fair level of technical depth—the terms, the addresses, the protocols, and the processes—to prepare you for planning, deployment, and operation of a native IPv6 infrastructure on your intranet.

IPv6 Training Course - OUTLINES


Cisco IOS Software Release Specifics for IPv6 Features

• Finding Feature Information
• Cisco IOS Software Platform Dependencies and Restrictions
• Cisco IOS IPv6 Features and Supported Software Releases
• Cisco Platforms Supporting IPv6 Hardware Forwarding
• Supported Platforms
• Additional 12.2S Release Trains

Implementing IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for Implementing IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity
• Restrictions for Implementing IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity
• Information About Implementing IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity • IPv6 for Cisco Software
• Large IPv6 Address Space for Unique Addresses
• IPv6 Address Formats
• IPv6 Address Type: Unicast
• Aggregatable Global Address
• Link-Local Address
• IPv4-Compatible IPv6 Address
• Unique Local Address
• Site-Local Address
• IPv6 Address Type: Anycast
IPv6 Address Type Multicast
• IPv6 Multicast Groups
• IPv6 Address Output Display
Simplified IPv6 Packet Header
• Cisco Express Forwarding and Distributed Cisco Express Forwarding Switching for IPv6
• Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding iii
DNS for IPv6
• Path MTU Discovery for IPv6
• Cisco Discovery Protocol IPv6 Address Support
ICMP for IPv6
IPv6 ICMP Rate Limiting
IPv6 Neighbor Discovery
• Stateful Switchover
• IPv6 Neighbor Solicitation Message
Enhanced IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Cache Management
• IPv6 Router Advertisement Message
• Default Router Preferences for Traffic Engineering
IPv6 Neighbor Redirect Message
• Per-Interface Neighbor Discovery Cache Limit
• Link, Subnet, and Site Addressing Changes
• IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration
• Simplified Network Renumbering for IPv6 Hosts
• IPv6 General Prefixes • DHCP for IPv6 Prefix Delegation
IPv6 Prefix Aggregation
IPv6 Site Multihoming
IPv6 Data Links
IPv6 for Cisco Software Support for Wide-Area Networking Technologies
IPv6 Addresses and PVCs
Routed Bridge Encapsulation for IPv6
IPv6 Redirect Messages
IPv6 on BVI Interfaces for Bridging and Routing
Dual IPv4 and IPv6 Protocol Stacks
How to Implement IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity
• Configuring IPv6 Addressing and Enabling IPv6 Routing
• Configuring a Neighbor Discovery Cache Limit
• Configuring a Neighbor Discovery Cache Limit on a Specified Router Interface
• Configuring a Neighbor Discovery Cache Limit on All Device Interfaces
• Customizing the Parameters for IPv6 Neighbor Discovery
• Defining and Using IPv6 General Prefixes
• Defining a General Prefix Manually
• Defining a General Prefix Based on a 6to4 Interface
• Defining a General Prefix with the DHCP for IPv6 Prefix Delegation Client Function
• Using a General Prefix in IPv6
• Configuring an Interface to Support the IPv4 and IPv6 Protocol Stacks
• Customizing IPv6 ICMP Rate Limiting
• Configuring the DRP Extension for Traffic Engineering
• Configuring Cisco Express Forwarding and Distributed Cisco Express Forwarding Switching
• for IPv6
• Configuring Cisco Express Forwarding Switching on Distributed and Nondistributed
• Architecture Platforms
• Configuring Unicast RPF
• Mapping Hostnames to IPv6 Addresses
Mapping IPv6 Addresses to IPv6 ATM and Frame Relay Interfaces
• Displaying IPv6 Redirect Messages
• Configuration Examples for Implementing IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity • Example: IPv6 Addressing and IPv6 Routing Configuration
• Example: Customizing the Parameters for IPv6 Neighbor Discovery
• Example: Dual-Protocol Stack Configuration
• Example: IPv6 ICMP Rate Limiting Configuration
• Example: Cisco Express Forwarding and Distributed Cisco Express Forwarding Configuration
• Example: Hostname-to-Address Mappings Configuration
• Examples: IPv6 Address to ATM and Frame Relay PVC Mapping Configuration
• Example: IPv6 ATM PVC Mapping Configuration (Point-to-Point Interface)
• Example: IPv6 ATM PVC Mapping Configuration (Point-to-Multipoint Interface)
• Example: IPv6 Frame Relay PVC Mapping Configuration (Point-to-Point Interface)
• Example: IPv6 Frame Relay PVC Mapping Configuration (Point-to-Multipoint Interface)
• Feature Information for Implementing IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity

Implementing ADSL and Deploying Dial Access for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Restrictions for Implementing ADSL and Deploying Dial Access for IPv6
• Information About Implementing ADSL and Deploying Dial Access for IPv6
• Address Assignment for IPv6
• Stateless Address Autoconfiguration
• Prefix Delegation
• DHCP SIP Server Options
• AAA over IPv6
• RADIUS over IPv6
• RADIUS Per-User Attributes for Virtual Access in IPv6 Environments
• TACACS+ Over an IPv6 Transport
• IPv6 Prefix Pools
• How to Configure ADSL and Deploy Dial Access in IPv6
• Configuring the NAS • Configuring the Remote CE Router
• Configuring the DHCPv6 Server to Obtain Prefixes from RADIUS Servers
• Configuring DHCPv6 AAA and SIP Options
• Configuring TACACS+ over IPv6
• Configuring the TACACS+ Server over IPv6
• Specifying the Source Address in TACACS+ Packets
• Configuring TACACS+ Server Group Options
• Configuration Examples for Implementing ADSL and Deploying Dial Access for IPv6
• Example Implementing ADSL and Deploying Dial Access for IPv6
• Feature Information for Implementing ADSL and Deploying Dial Access for IPv6

Implementing Bidirectional Forwarding Detection for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for Implementing Bidirectional Forwarding Detection for IPv6
• Restrictions for Implementing Bidirectional Forwarding Detection for IPv6
• Information About Implementing Bidirectional Forwarding Detection for IPv6
• Overview of the BFDv6 Protocol
• BFDv6 Registration
• BFDv6 Global and Link-Local Addresses
• BFD for IPv4 and IPv6 on the Same Interface
• Static Route Support for BFD over IPv6
• BFDv6 Associated Mode • BFDv6 Unassociated Mode
• BFD Support for OSPFv3
• How to Configure Bidirectional Forwarding Detection for IPv6
• Specifying a Static BFDv6 Neighbor
• Associating an IPv6 Static Route with a BFDv6 Neighbor
• Configuring BFD Support for OSPFv3
• Configuring Baseline BFD Session Parameters on the Interface
• Configuring BFD Support for OSPFv3 for All Interfaces
• Configuring BFDv6 Support for OSPFv3 on One or More OSPFv3 Interfaces
• Retrieving BFDv6 Information for Monitoring and Troubleshooting
• Configuration Examples for Bidirectional Forwarding Detection for IPv6
• Example: Specifying an IPv6 Static BFDv6 Neighbor
• Example: Associating an IPv6 Static Route with a BFDv6 Neighbor
• Example: Displaying OSPF Interface Information about BFD
• Feature Information for Implementing Bidirectional Forwarding Detection for IPv6

Implementing DHCP for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Restrictions for Implementing DHCP for IPv6
• Information About Implementing DHCP for IPv6
• DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation
• Configuring Nodes Without Prefix Delegation
• Client and Server Identification
• Rapid Commit
• DHCPv6 Client, Server, and Relay Functions
• Client Function
• Server Function
• DHCPv6 Relay Agent
• DHCPv6 Relay Source Configuration • DHCPv6 Relay SSO and ISSU
• DHCPv6 Server and Relay—MPLS VPN Support
• How to Implement DHCP for IPv6
Configuring the DHCPv6 Server Function
Configuring the DHCPv6 Configuration Pool
• Configuring a Binding Database Agent for the Server Function
• Configuring the DHCPv6 Client Function
• Configuring the DHCPv6 Relay Agent
Configuring Route Addition for Relay/Server in IPv6
Configuring a DHCPv6 Relay Source
• Restrictions for Configuring a DHCPv6 Relay Source
• Configuring a DHCPv6 Relay Source on an Interface
• Configuring a DHCPv6 Relay Source Globally
• Configuring DHCPv6 Bulk-Lease Query Parameters
• Configuring DHCPv6 Address Assignment
• Prerequisites for Configuring DHCPv6 Address Assignment
• Enabling the DHCPv6 Server Function on an Interface
• Enabling the DHCPv6 Client Function on an Interface
• Configuring the Stateless DHCPv6 Function
• Configuring the Stateless DHCPv6 Server
• Configuring the Stateless DHCPv6 Client
• Enabling Processing of Packets with Source Routing Header Options
• Configuring the DHCPv6 Server Options
• Configuring the Information Refresh Server Option
• Importing the Information Refresh Server Option
• Configuring NIS- and NISP-Related Server Options
• Importing NIS- and NIS+-Related Server Options • Importing SIP Server Options
• Configuring the SNTP Server
• Importing the SNTP Server Option
• Importing Stateless DHCPv6 Server Options
• Defining a General Prefix with the DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation Client Function
• Configuring a VRF-Aware Relay and Server for MPLS VPN Support
• Configuring a VRF-Aware Relay
• Configuring a VRF-Aware Server
• Deleting Automatic Client Bindings from the DHCPv6 Binding Table
• Troubleshooting DHCPv6
• Verifying DHCPv6 Configuration and Operation
• Configuration Examples for Implementing DHCPv6
• Example: Configuring the DHCPv6 Server Function
• Example: Configuring the DHCPv6 Client Function
• Example: Configuring a Database Agent for the Server Function
• Example: Configuring DHCP for IPv6 Address Assignment
• Example: Configuring the Stateless DHCPv6 Function
• Feature Information for Implementing DHCP for IPv6

Implementing Dynamic Multipoint VPN for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for Implementing DMVPN for IPv6
• Restrictions for Implementing DMVPN for IPv6
• Information About Implementing DMVPN for IPv6
• DMVPN for IPv6 Overview
• NHRP Routing
• IPv6 NHRP Redirect and Shortcut Features
• IPv6 Routing
• IPv6 Addressing and Restrictions
• mGRE Support over IPv6
• How to Configure DMVPN for IPv6
• Configuring an IPsec Profile in DMVPN for IPv6
• Configuring the Hub for IPv6 over DMVPN
• Configuring the NHRP Redirect and Shortcut Features on the Hub • Configuring the Spoke for IPv6 over DMVPN
• Verifying DMVPN for IPv6 Configuration
• Monitoring and Maintaining DMVPN for IPv6 Configuration and Operation
• Configuration Examples for Implementing DMVPN for IPv6
• Example: Configuring an IPsec Profile
• Example: Configuring the Hub for DMVPN
• Example: Configuring the NHRP Redirect and Shortcut Features on the Hub
• Example: Configuring the Spoke for DMVPN
• Feature Information for Implementing DMVPN for IPv6

• Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
• Finding Feature Information
• Restrictions for Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
• Information About Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
• Cisco EIGRP for IPv6 Implementation
• How to Implement EIGRP for IPv6
• Enabling EIGRP for IPv6 on an Interface
• Configuring the Percentage of Link Bandwidth Used by EIGRP
• Configuring Summary Addresses
• Configuring EIGRP Route Authentication
• Overriding the Next Hop in EIGRP
• Adjusting the Interval Between Hello Packets in EIGRP for IPv6
• Adjusting the Hold Time in EIGRP for IPv6
• Disabling Split Horizon in EIGRP for IPv6
• Configuring EIGRP Stub Routing for Greater Network Stability
• Configuring a Device for EIGRP Stub Routing
• Verifying EIGRP Stub Routing
• Customizing an EIGRP for IPv6 Routing Process
• Logging EIGRP Neighbor Adjacency Changes
• Configuring Intervals Between Neighbor Warnings
• Adjusting EIGRP for IPv6 Metric Weights
• Deleting Entries from EIGRP for IPv6 Routing Tables
• Configuration Examples for Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
• Example: Configuring EIGRP to Establish Adjacencies on an Interface
• Feature Information for Implementing EIGRP for IPv6

Implementing Traffic Filters and Firewalls for IPv6 Security

• Finding Feature Information
• Restrictions for Implementing Traffic Filters and Firewalls for IPv6 Security
• Information About Implementing Traffic Filters and Firewalls for IPv6 Security
• Access Control Lists for IPv6 Traffic Filtering
• IPv6 ACL Extensions for IPsec Authentication Header
• Access Class Filtering in IPv6
• Tunneling Support
• Virtual Fragment Reassembly
• Cisco IOS Firewall for IPv6
• PAM in Cisco IOS Firewall for IPv6
• Cisco IOS Firewall Alerts Audit Trails and System Logging
• IPv6 Packet Inspection
• Cisco IOS Firewall Restrictions
• Zone-Based Policy Firewall IPv6 Support
• ACL--Hardware and Software Counters Granularity for IPv4 and IPv6 ACL Statistics
• How to Implement Traffic Filters and Firewalls for IPv6 Security
• Configuring IPv6 Traffic Filtering
• Creating and Configuring an IPv6 ACL for Traffic Filtering
• Applying the IPv6 ACL to an Interface
• Controlling Access to a vty
• Creating an IPv6 ACL to Provide Access Class Filtering
• Applying an IPv6 ACL to the Virtual Terminal Line
• Configuring TCP or UDP Matching
• Creating an IPv6 ACL for Traffic Filtering in Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T 12.0(22)S or Earlier Releases
• Creating an IPv6 ACL in Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T 12.0(22)S or Earlier Releases
• Applying the IPv6 ACL to an Interface in Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T 12.0(22)S or
• Earlier Releases
• Configuring the Cisco IOS Firewall for IPv6
• Configuring PAM for IPv6
• Creating an IPv6 Access Class Filter for PAM
• Applying the IPv6 Access Class Filter to PAM
• Configuring Zone-Based Firewall in IPv6
• Configuring an Inspect-Type Parameter Map
• Creating and Using an Inspect-Type Class Map
• Creating and Using an Inspect-Type Policy Map
• Creating Security Zones and Zone Pairs
• Configuring ACL Hardware and Software Counters Granularity for IPv4 and IPv6 ACL Statistics
Verifying IPv6 Security Configuration and Operation
Troubleshooting IPv6 Security Configuration and Operation
• Configuration Examples for Implementing Traffic Filters and Firewalls for IPv6 Security
• Examples Creating and Applying IPv6 ACLs
• Example: Creating and Applying an IPv6 ACL
• Example Creating and Applying an IPv6 ACL for 12.2(11)T 12.0(22)S or Earlier
• Example Controlling Access to a vty
• Example: Configuring TCP or UDP Matching
• Example: Configuring Cisco IOS Firewall for IPv6
• Example: Configuring Cisco IOS Zone-Based Firewall for IPv6
• Feature Information for Implementing Traffic Filters and Firewalls for IPv6 Security

• IPv6 ACL Extensions for Hop by Hop Filtering
• Finding Feature Information
• Information About IPv6 ACL Extensions for Hop by Hop Filtering
• ACLs and Traffic Forwarding
• How to Configure IPv6 ACL Extensions for Hop by Hop Filtering
• Configuring IPv6 ACL Extensions for Hop by Hop Filtering
• Configuration Example for IPv6 ACL Extensions for Hop by Hop Filtering
• Example: IPv6 ACL Extensions for Hop by Hop Filtering
• Feature Information for IPv6 ACL Extensions for Hop by Hop Filtering

Implementing Tunneling for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Restrictions for Implementing Tunneling for IPv6
• Information About Implementing Tunneling for IPv6
• Overlay Tunnels for IPv6
IPv6 Manually Configured Tunnels
• GRE IPv4 Tunnel Support for IPv6 Traffic
• GRE Support over IPv6 Transport
• mGRE Tunnels Support over IPv6
• GRE CLNS Tunnel Support for IPv4 and IPv6 Packets
• Automatic 6to4 Tunnels
• Automatic IPv4-Compatible IPv6 Tunnels
• IPv6 Rapid Deployment Tunnels
• ISATAP Tunnels
• IPv6 IPsec Site-to-Site Protection Using Virtual Tunnel Interface
• How to Implement Tunneling for IPv6
• Configuring Manual IPv6 Tunnels
• Configuring GRE IPv6 Tunnels
• Configuring Automatic 6to4 Tunnels
• Configuring IPv4-Compatible IPv6 Tunnels
• Configuring 6RD Tunnels
• Configuring ISATAP Tunnels
• Verifying IPv6 Tunnel Configuration and Operation
• Configuration Examples for Implementing Tunneling for IPv6
• Example: Configuring Manual IPv6 Tunnels
• Example Configuring GRE Tunnels
• Example: GRE Tunnel Running IS-IS and IPv6 Traffic
• Example: Tunnel Destination Address for IPv6 Tunnel
• Example: Configuring CTunnels in GRE Mode to Carry IPv6 Packets in CLNS
• Example: Configuring 6to4 Tunnels
• Example: Configuring IPv4-Compatible IPv6 Tunnels
• Example: Configuring 6RD Tunnels
• Example: Configuring ISATAP Tunnels
• Feature Information for Implementing Tunneling for IPv6

Implementing VoIP for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for Implementing VoIP for IPv6
• Restrictions for Implementing VoIP for IPv6
• Information About Implementing VoIP for IPv6
• SIP Voice Gateways in VoIPv6
• Cisco Unified Border Element in VoIPv6
• MTP Used with Voice Gateways in VoIPv6
• How to Implement VoIP for IPv6
• Configuring a SIP Voice Gateway for IPv6
• Restrictions
• Shutting Down or Enabling VoIPv6 Service on Cisco Gateways
• Shutting Down or Enabling VoIPv6 Submodes on Cisco Gateways
• Configuring the Protocol Mode of the SIP Stack
• Disabling ANAT Mode
• Configuring the Source IPv6 Address of Signaling and Media Packets
• Configuring the SIP Server
• Configuring the Session Target
• Configuring SIP Register Support
• Configuring Outbound Proxy Server Globally on a SIP Gateway
• Verifying SIP Gateway Status
• Configuring H.323 IPv4-to-SIPv6 Connections in a Cisco Unified Border Element
• Configuring MTP Used with Voice Gateways
• Restrictions
• Configuring MTP for IPv4-to-IPv6 Translation
• RTCP Pass-Through
• Restrictions
• Configuring T.38 Fax Globally
• Configuring IPv6 Support for Cisco UBE
• Example: Verifying RTCP Pass-Through
• Verifying T.38 Fax Configuration
• Configuration Examples for Implementing VoIP over IPv6
• Example: Configuring the SIP Trunk
• Example: Configuring the Source IPv6 Address of Signaling and Media Packets
• Example; Configuring the SIP Server
• Example: Configuring the Session Target
• Example: Configuring SIP Register Support
• Example: Configuring H.323 IPv4 to SIPv6 Connections in a Cisco Unified Border
• Element
• Example Configuring MTP for IPv4-to-IPv6 Translation
• Feature Information for Implementing VoIP for IPv6

Configuring First Hop Redundancy Protocols in IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for First Hop Redundancy Protocols in IPv6
• Information About First Hop Redundancy Protocols in IPv6
• GLBP for IPv6
• GLBP for IPv6 Overview
• GLBP Benefits
• Load Sharing
• Multiple Virtual Routers
• Preemption
• Authentication
• GLBP Active Virtual Gateway
• GLBP Virtual MAC Address Assignment
• GLBP Virtual Gateway Redundancy
• GLBP Virtual Forwarder Redundancy
• GLBP Gateway Priority
• GLBP Gateway Weighting and Tracking
• HSRP for IPv6
• HSRP for IPv6 Overview
• HSRP IPv6 Virtual MAC Address Range
• HSRP IPv6 UDP Port Number
• HSRP Global IPv6 Address
• How to Configure First Hop Redundancy Protocols in IPv6
• Configuring and Customizing GLBP
• Customizing GLBP
• Configuring GLBP Authentication
• Configuring GLBP MD5 Authentication Using a Key String
• Configuring GLBP MD5 Authentication Using a Key Chain
• Configuring GLBP Text Authentication
• Configuring GLBP Weighting Values and Object Tracking
• Enabling and Verifying GLBP
• Troubleshooting GLBP
• Enabling an HSRP Group for IPv6 Operation
• Enabling HSRP Version 2
• Enabling and Verifying an HSRP Group for IPv6 Operation
• Configuration Examples for First Hop Redundancy Protocols in IPv6
• Example: Customizing GLBP Configuration
• Example GLBP MD5 Authentication Using Key Strings
• Example GLBP MD5 Authentication Using Key Chains
• Example GLBP Text Authentication
• Example: GLBP Weighting
• Example: Enabling GLBP Configuration
• Example Enabling and Verifying an HSRP Group for IPv6 Operation
• Example: Configuration and Verification for an HSRP Group
• Example: Configuring HSRP Global IPv6 Addresses
• Feature Information for First Hop Redundancy Protocols in IPv6

Implementing First Hop Security in IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for Implementing First Hop Security in IPv6
• Restrictions for Implementing First Hop Security in IPv6
• Information About Implementing First Hop Security in IPv6
• IPv6 First-Hop Security Binding Table
• IPv6 Device Tracking
• IPv6 Port-Based Access List Support
• IPv6 Global Policies
• IPv6 RA Guard
• IPv6 ND Inspection
• Secure Neighbor Discovery in IPv6
• IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Trust Models and Threats
• SeND Protocol
• Cryptographically Generated Addresses in SeND
• Authorization Delegation Discovery
• SeND Deployment Models
• Host-to-Host Deployment Without a Trust Anchor
• Neighbor Solicitation Flow
• Host-Router Deployment Model
• Router Advertisement and Certificate Path Flows
• Single CA Model
• How to Implement First Hop Security in IPv6
• Configuring the IPv6 Binding Table Content
• Configuring IPv6 Device Tracking
• Configuring IPv6 ND Inspection
• Configuring IPv6 ND Inspection Globally
• Applying IPv6 ND Inspection on a Specified Interface
• Verifying and Troubleshooting IPv6 ND Inspection
• Configuring IPv6 RA Guard
• Configuring the IPv6 RA Guard on a Specified Interface
• Configuring IPv6 RA Guard in Cisco IOS Release 12.2(33)SXI4 and 12.2(54)SG
• Verifying and Troubleshooting IPv6 RA Guard
• Configuring SeND for IPv6
• Configuring Certificate Servers to Enable SeND
• Configuring a Host to Enable SeND
• Configuring a Router to Enable SeND
• Implementing IPv6 SeND
• Creating the RSA Key Pair and CGA Modifier for the Key Pair
• Configuring Certificate Enrollment for a PKI
• Configuring a Cryptographically Generated Address
• Configuring General CGA Parameters
• Configuring CGA Address Generation on an Interface
• Configuring SeND Parameters
• Configuring the SeND Trustpoint
• Configuring SeND Trust Anchors on the Interface
• Configuring Secured and Nonsecured Neighbor Discovery Message Coexistence Mode
• Configuring SeND Parameters Globally
• Configuring the SeND Time Stamp
• Configuring IPv6 PACL
• Creating an IPv6 Access List
• Configuring PACL Mode and Applying IPv6 PACL on an Interface
• Configuration Examples for Implementing First Hop Security in IPv6
• Example: IPv6 ND Inspection and RA Guard Configuration
• Example: IPv6 RA Guard Configuration
• Example Configuring PACL Mode and Applying IPv6 PACL on an Interface
• Example SeND Configuration Examples
• Example Configuring Certificate Servers
• Example Configuring a Host to Enable SeND
• Example Configuring a Router to Enable SeND
• Example Configuring a SeND Trustpoint in Router Mode
• Example Configuring SeND Trust Anchors in the Host Mode
• Example Configuring CGA Address Generation on an Interface
• Feature Information for Implementing First Hop Security in IPv6

Implementing IPsec in IPv6 Security

• Finding Feature Information
• Information About Implementing IPsec for IPv6 Security
• IPsec for IPv6
• IPv6 IPsec Site-to-Site Protection Using Virtual Tunnel Interface
• OSPFv3 Authentication Support with IPsec
• How to Implement IPsec for IPv6 Security
• Configuring a VTI for Site-to-Site IPv6 IPsec Protection
• Creating an IKE Policy and a Preshared Key in IPv6
• Configuring ISAKMP Aggressive Mode
• Configuring an IPsec Transform Set and IPsec Profile
• Defining an ISAKMP Profile in IPv6
• Configuring IPv6 IPsec VTI
• Verifying IPsec Tunnel Mode Configuration
• Troubleshooting IPsec for IPv6 Configuration and Operation
• Configuration Examples for IPsec for IPv6 Security
• Example: Configuring a VTI for Site-to-Site IPv6 IPsec Protection
• Feature Information for Implementing IPsec in IPv6 Security

Implementing Selective Packet Discard in IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Information About Implementing Selective Packet Discard in IPv6
• SPD in IPv6 Overview
• SPD State Check
• SPD Mode
• SPD Headroom
• How to Implement Selective Packet Discard in IPv6
• Configuring the SPD Process Input Queue
• Configuring an SPD Mode
• Configuring SPD Headroom
• Configuration Examples for IPv6 Selective Packet Discard
• Example Configuring the SPD Process Input Queue
• Feature Information for Implementing Selective Packet Discard in IPv6

Implementing IS-IS for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Restrictions for Implementing IS-IS for IPv6
• Information About Implementing IS-IS for IPv6
• IS-IS Enhancements for IPv6
• IS-IS Single-Topology Support for IPv6
• IS-IS Multitopology Support for IPv6
• Transition from Single-Topology to Multitopology Support for IPv6
• IPv6 IS-IS Local RIB
• How to Implement IS-IS for IPv6
• Configuring Single-Topology IS-IS for IPv6
• Configuring Multitopology IS-IS for IPv6
• Customizing IPv6 IS-IS
• Redistributing Routes into an IPv6 IS-IS Routing Process
• Redistributing IPv6 IS-IS Routes Between IS-IS Levels
• Disabling IPv6 Protocol-Support Consistency Checks
• Disabling IPv4 Subnet Consistency Checks
• Verifying IPv6 IS-IS Configuration and Operation
• Configuration Examples for IPv6 IS-IS
• Example Configuring Single-Topology IS-IS for IPv6
• Example: Customizing IPv6 IS-IS
• Example: Redistributing Routes into an IPv6 IS-IS Routing Process
• Example: Redistributing IPv6 IS-IS Routes Between IS-IS Levels
• Example: Disabling IPv6 Protocol-Support Consistency Checks
• Example Configuring Multitopology IS-IS for IPv6
• Example: Configuring the IS-IS IPv6 Metric for Multitopology IS-IS
• Feature Information for Implementing IS-IS for IPv6

Implementing IPv6 for Network Management

• Finding Feature Information
• Information About Implementing IPv6 for Network Management
• Telnet Access over IPv6
• TFTP IPv6 Support
• TFTP File Downloading for IPv6
• ping and traceroute Commands in IPv6
• SSH over an IPv6 Transport
• SNMP over an IPv6 Transport
• Cisco IPv6 MIBs
• MIBs Supported for IPv6
• Cisco IPv6 Embedded Management Components
• Syslog
• CNS Agents
• CNS Configuration Agent
• CNS Event Agent
• CNS EXEC Agent
• CNS Image Agent
• Config Logger
• HTTP(S) IPv6 Support
• TCL
• NETCONF
• SOAP Message Format
• IP SLAs for IPv6
• How to Implement IPv6 for Network Management
• Enabling Telnet Access to an IPv6 Device and Establishing a Telnet Session
• Enabling SSH on an IPv6 Device
• Configuring an SNMP Notification Server over IPv6
• Configuring Cisco IOS IPv6 Embedded Management Components
• Configuring Syslog over IPv6
• Disabling HTTP Access to an IPv6 Device
• Configuration Examples for Implementing IPv6 for Network Management
• Examples: Enabling Telnet Access to an IPv6 Device
• Example: Disabling HTTP Access to the Device
• Examples: Configuring an SNMP Notification Server over IPv6
• Feature Information for Implementing IPv6 for Network Management

Implementing Mobile IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Restrictions for Implementing Mobile IPv6
• Information About Implementing Mobile IPv6
• Mobile IPv6 Overview
• How Mobile IPv6 Works
• IPv6 NEMO
• Mobile IPv6 Home Agent
• Binding Cache in Mobile IPv6 Home Agent
• Binding Update List in Mobile IPv6 Home Agent
• Home Agents List
• NEMO-Compliant Home Agent
• Implicit Prefix Registration
• Explicit Prefix Registration
• Packet Headers in Mobile IPv6
• IPv6 Neighbor Discovery with Mobile IPv6
• IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Duplicate Address Detection in NEMO
• Mobile IPv6 Tunnel Optimization
• IPv6 Host Group Configuration
• Mobile IPv6 Node Identification Based on NAI
• Authentication Protocol for Mobile IPv6
• How to Implement Mobile IPv6
• Enabling Mobile IPv6 on the Router
• Configuring Binding Information for Mobile IPv6
• Enabling and Configuring NEMO on the IPv6 Mobile Router
• Enabling NEMO on the IPv6 Mobile Router Home Agent
• Enabling Roaming on the IPv6 Mobile Router Interface
• Filtering Mobile IPv6 Protocol Headers and Options
• Controlling ICMP Unreachable Messages
• Verifying Native IPv6 Tunneling for Mobile IPv6
• Configuring and Verifying Host Groups for Mobile IPv6
• Customizing Mobile IPv6 on the Interface
• Monitoring and Maintaining Mobile IPv6 on the Router
• Configuration Examples for Implementing Mobile IPv6
• Example: Enabling Mobile IPv6 on the Router
• Example: Enabling and Configuring NEMO on the IPv6 Mobile Router
• Example: Enabling NEMO on the IPv6 Mobile Router Home Agent
• Example: Enabling Roaming on the IPv6 Mobile Router Interface
• Example: Configuring Host Groups for Mobile IPv6
• Feature Information for Implementing Mobile IPv6

Implementing IPv6 Multicast

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for Implementing IPv6 Multicast
• Restrictions for Implementing IPv6 Multicast
• Information About Implementing IPv6 Multicast
• IPv6 Multicast Overview
• IPv6 Multicast Addressing
• IPv6 Multicast Groups
• Scoped Address Architecture
• IPv6 Multicast Routing Implementation
• Multicast Listener Discovery Protocol for IPv6
• MLD Access Group
• Explicit Tracking of Receivers
• IPv6 Multicast User Authentication and Profile Support
• IPv6 MLD Proxy
• Protocol Independent Multicast
• PIM-Sparse Mode
• Designated Router
• Rendezvous Point xvii
• PIMv6 Anycast RP Solution Overview
• IPv6 BSR: Configure RP Mapping
• PIM-Source Specific Multicast
• SSM Mapping for IPv6
• PIM Shared Tree and Source Tree (Shortest-Path Tree)
• Reverse Path Forwarding
• Routable Address Hello Option
• Bidirectional PIM
• Static Mroutes
• MRIB
• MFIB
• Distributed MFIB
• IPv6 Multicast VRF Lite
• IPv6 Multicast Process Switching and Fast Switching
• Multiprotocol BGP for the IPv6 Multicast Address Family
• NSF and SSO Support In IPv6 Multicast
• Bandwidth-Based CAC for IPv6 Multicast
• How to Implement IPv6 Multicast
• Enabling IPv6 Multicast Routing
• Customizing and Verifying the MLD Protocol
• Customizing and Verifying MLD on an Interface
• Implementing MLD Group Limits
• Implementing MLD Group Limits Globally
• Implementing MLD Group Limits per Interface
• Configuring Explicit Tracking of Receivers to Track Host Behavior
• Configuring Multicast User Authentication and Profile Support
• Prerequisites
• Restrictions
• Enabling AAA Access Control for IPv6 Multicast
• Specifying Method Lists and Enabling Multicast Accounting
• Disabling the Router from Receiving Unauthenticated Multicast Traffic
• Enabling MLD Proxy in IPv6
• Resetting Authorization Status on an MLD Interface
• Resetting the MLD Traffic Counters
• Clearing the MLD Interface Counters
• Configuring PIM
• Configuring PIM-SM and Displaying PIM-SM Information for a Group Range
• Configuring PIM Options
• Configuring Bidirectional PIM and Displaying Bidirectional PIM Information
• Resetting the PIM Traffic Counters
• Clearing the PIM Topology Table to Reset the MRIB Connection
• Configuring a BSR
• Configuring a BSR and Verifying BSR Information
• Sending PIM RP Advertisements to the BSR
• Configuring BSR for Use Within Scoped Zones
• Configuring BSR Routers to Announce Scope-to-RP Mappings
• Configuring SSM Mapping
• Configuring Static Mroutes
• Configuring IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP
• Configuring an IPv6 Peer Group to Perform Multicast BGP Routing
• What to Do Next
• Advertising Routes into IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP
• Redistributing Prefixes into IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP
• Assigning a BGP Administrative Distance
• Generating Translate Updates for IPv6 Multicast BGP
• Resetting IPv6 BGP Sessions
• Clearing External BGP Peers
• Clearing IPv6 BGP Route Dampening Information
• Clearing IPv6 BGP Flap Statistics
• Configuring Bandwidth-Based CAC for IPv6
• Configuring the Interface Limit for Bandwidth-Based CAC in IPv6
• Configuring an Access List for Bandwidth-Based CAC in IPv6
• Configuring the Global Limit for Bandwidth-Based CAC in IPv6
• Using MFIB in IPv6 Multicast
• Verifying MFIB Operation in IPv6 Multicast
• Resetting MFIB Traffic Counters
• Disabling Default Features in IPv6 Multicast
• Disabling Embedded RP Support in IPv6 PIM
• Turning Off IPv6 PIM on a Specified Interface
• Disabling MLD Router-Side Processing
• Disabling MFIB on the device
• Disabling MFIB on a Distributed Platform
• Disabling MFIB Interrupt-Level IPv6 Multicast Forwarding
• Configuration Examples for Implementing IPv6 Multicast
• Example: Enabling IPv6 Multicast Routing
• Example: Configuring the MLD Protocol
• Example: Configuring Explicit Tracking of Receivers
• Example: Configuring MLD Proxy
• Example: Configuring PIM
• Example: Configuring PIM Options
• Example Configuring Mroutes
• Example Configuring an IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP Peer Group
• Example Redistributing Prefixes into IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP
• Example: Generating Translate Updates for IPv6 Multicast BGP
• Example: Configuring Bandwidth-Based CAC for IPv6
• Example: Configuring the Interface Limit for Bandwidth-Based CAC in IPv6
• Example: Configuring an Access List for Bandwidth-Based CAC in IPv6
• Example: Configuring the Global Limit for Bandwidth-Based CAC
• Example: Disabling Embedded RP Support in IPv6 PIM
• Example Turning Off IPv6 PIM on a Specified Interface
• Example: Disabling MLD Router-Side Processing
• Example Disabling and Reenabling MFIB
• Feature Information for Implementing IPv6 Multicast

PIMv6 Anycast RP Solution

• Finding Feature Information
• Information About the PIMv6 Anycast RP Solution
• PIMv6 Anycast RP Solution Overview
• PIMv6 Anycast RP Normal Operation
• PIMv6 Anycast RP Failover
• How to Configure the PIMv6 Anycast RP Solution
• Configuring PIMv6 Anycast RP
• Configuration Examples for the PIMv6 Anycast RP Solution
• Example: Configuring PIMv6 Anycast RP
• Feature Information for the PIMv6 Anycast RP Solution

Implementing Multiprotocol BGP for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Information About Implementing Multiprotocol BGP for IPv6
• Multiprotocol BGP Extensions for IPv6
• IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP Peering Using a Link-Local Address
• Multiprotocol BGP for the IPv6 Multicast Address Family
• Nonstop Forwarding and Graceful Restart for MP-BGP IPv6 Address Family
• How to Implement Multiprotocol BGP for IPv6
• Configuring an IPv6 BGP Routing Process and BGP Router ID
• Configuring IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP Between Two Peers
• Configuring an IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP Peer Using a Link-Local Address
• Troubleshooting Tips
• Configuring an IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP Peer Group
• Advertising Routes into IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP
• Configuring a Route Map for IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP Prefixes
• Redistributing Prefixes into IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP
• Advertising IPv4 Routes Between IPv6 BGP Peers
• Assigning BGP Administrative Distance for Multicast BGP Routes
• Generating IPv6 Multicast BGP Updates
• Configuring the IPv6 BGP Graceful Restart Capability
• Resetting IPv6 BGP Sessions
• Clearing External BGP Peers
• Clearing IPv6 BGP Route Dampening Information
• Clearing IPv6 BGP Flap Statistics
• Verifying IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP Configuration and Operation
• Configuration Examples for Multiprotocol BGP for IPv6
• Example: Configuring a BGP Process, BGP Router ID, and IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP Peer
• Example: Configuring an IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP Peer Using a Link-Local Address
• Example: Configuring an IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP Peer Group
• Example: Advertising Routes into IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP
• Example: Configuring a Route Map for IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP Prefixes
• Example: Redistributing Prefixes into IPv6 Multiprotocol BGP
• Example: Advertising IPv4 Routes Between IPv6 Peers
• Feature Information for Implementing Multiprotocol BGPfor IPv6

Implementing NAT-PT for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for Implementing NAT-PT for IPv6
• Restrictions for Implementing NAT-PT for IPv6
• Information About Implementing NAT-PT for IPv6
• NAT-PT Overview
• Static NAT-PT Operation
• Dynamic NAT-PT Operation
• Port Address Translation or Overload
• IPv4-Mapped Operation
• How to Implement NAT-PT for IPv6
• Configuring Basic IPv6 to IPv4 Connectivity for NAT-PT for IPv6
• Configuring IPv4-Mapped NAT-PT
• Configuring Mappings for IPv6 Hosts Accessing IPv4 Hosts
• Configuring Mappings for IPv4 Hosts Accessing IPv6 Hosts
• Configuring PAT for IPv6 to IPv4 Address Mappings
• Verifying NAT-PT Configuration and Operation
• Configuration Examples for NAT-PT for IPv6
• Example: Static NAT-PT Configuration
• Example: Enabling Traffic to be Sent from an IPv6 Network to an IPv4 Network
• Example: Dynamic NAT-PT Configuration for IPv6 Hosts Accessing IPv4 Hosts
• Example: Dynamic NAT-PT Configuration for IPv4 Hosts Accessing IPv6 Hosts
• Feature Information for Implementing NAT-PT for IPv6

Netflow v9 for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for Netflow v9 for IPv6
• Information About Netflow v9 for IPv6
• NetFlow and NDE on the PFC
• NetFlow Export Format Version 9
• Configuring Netflow v9 for IPv6
• Configuration Examples for Configuring Netflow v9 for IPv6
• Example: Configuring the NetFlow v9 for IPv6 Feature
• Feature Information for Netflow v9 for IPv6

Implementing NTPv4 in IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Information About Implementing NTPv4 in IPv6
• NTP Version 4
• NTPv4 Overview
• NTPv4 Features
• IPv6 Multicast Mode
• NTP Access Groups versus Symmetric Key Authentication
• DNS Support for IPv6 in NTPv4
• How to Implement NTPv4 in IPv6
• Configuring Poll-Based NTPv4 Associations
• Configuring Symmetric Active Mode
• Configuring Client Mode
• Configuring Multicast-Based NTPv4 Associations
• Configuring an Interface to Send NTPv4 Multicast Packets
• Configuring an Interface to Receive NTPv4 Multicast Packets
• Defining an NTPv4 Access Group
• Configuring NTPv4 Authentication
• Disabling NTPv4 Services on a Specific Interface
• Configuring the Source IPv6 Address for NTPv4 Packets
• Configuring the System as an Authoritative NTP Server
• Updating the Hardware Clock
• Resetting the Drift Value in the Persistent Data File
• Troubleshooting NTPv4 in IPv6
• Configuration Examples for NTPv4 in IPv6
• Example: Defining an NTPv4 Access Group
• Feature Information for Implementing NTPv4 in IPv6

Implementing OSPFv3

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for Implementing OSPFv3
• Restrictions for Implementing OSPFv3
• Information About Implementing OSPFv3
• How OSPFv3 Works
• Comparison of OSPFv3 and OSPF Version 2
• OSPFv3 Address Families
• LSA Types for OSPFv3
• OSPFv3 Max-Metric Router LSA
• NBMA in OSPFv3
• Force SPF in OSPFv3
• Fast Convergence: LSA and SPF Throttling
• Load Balancing in OSPFv3
• Addresses Imported into OSPFv3
• OSPFv3 Customization
• OSPFv3 Authentication Support with IPsec
• OSPFv3 Virtual Links
• OSPFv3 Cost Calculation
• OSPFv3 External Path Preference Option
• OSPFv3 Graceful Restart
• BFD Support for OSPFv3
• How to Implement OSPFv3
• Configuring the OSPFv3 Router Process
• Configuring the IPv6 Address Family in OSPFv3
• Configuring the IPv4 Address Family in OSPFv3
• Configuring Route Redistribution in OSPFv3
• Enabling OSPFv3 on an Interface
• Defining an OSPFv3 Area Range for the IPv6 or IPv4 Address Family
• Defining an OSPFv3 Area Range
• Configuring the OSPFv3 Max-Metric Router LSA
• Configuring IPsec on OSPFv3
• Defining Authentication on an Interface
• Defining Encryption on an Interface
• Defining Authentication in an OSPFv3 Area
• Defining Encryption in an OSPFv3 Area
• Defining Authentication and Encryption for a Virtual Link in an OSPFv3 Area
• Configuring NBMA Interfaces in OSPFv3
• Tuning LSA and SPF Timers for OSPFv3 Fast Convergence
• Configuring LSA and SPF Throttling for OSPFv3 Fast Convergence
• Enabling Event Logging for LSA and SPF Rate Limiting for the IPv6 and IPv4 Address
• Family
• Enabling Event Logging for LSA and SPF Rate Limiting
• Clearing the Content of an Event Log
• Calculating OSPFv3 External Path Preferences per RFC 5340
• Enabling OSPFv3 Graceful Restart
• Enabling OSPFv3 Graceful Restart on a Graceful-Restart-Capable Router
• Enabling OSPFv3 Graceful Restart on a Graceful-Restart-Capable Router
• Enabling OSPFv3 Graceful Restart on a Graceful-Restart-Aware Router
• Enabling OSPFv3 Graceful Restart on a Graceful-Restart-Aware Router
• Forcing an SPF Calculation
• Verifying OSPFv3 Configuration and Operation
• Verifying OSPFv3 Configuration and Operation
• Configuration Examples for Implementing OSPFv3
• Example: Enabling OSPFv3 on an Interface Configuration
• Example: Defining an OSPFv3 Area Range
• Example: Defining Authentication on an Interface
• Example: Defining Authentication in an OSPFv3 Area
• Example: Configuring NBMA Interfaces
• Example: Configuring LSA and SPF Throttling for OSPFv3 Fast Convergence
• Example: Forcing SPF Configuration
• Feature Information for Implementing OSPFv3

Implementing IPv6 over MPLS

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for Implementing IPv6 over MPLS
• Information About Implementing IPv6 over MPLS
• Benefits of Deploying IPv6 over MPLS Backbones
• IPv6 over a Circuit Transport over MPLS
• IPv6 Using Tunnels on the Customer Edge Routers
• IPv6 on the Provider Edge Routers
• 6PE Multipath
• How to Implement IPv6 over MPLS
• Deploying IPv6 over a Circuit Transport over MPLS
• Deploying IPv6 on the Provider Edge Routers (6PE)
• Specifying the Source Address Interface on a 6PE Router
• Binding and Advertising the 6PE Label to Advertise Prefixes
• Configuring iBGP Multipath Load Sharing
• Verifying 6PE Configuration and Operation
• Output Examples
• Configuration Examples for IPv6 over MPLS
• Example: Customer Edge Router
• Example: Provider Edge Router
• Example: Core Router
• Where to Go Next
• Feature Information for Implementing IPv6 over MPLS

Implementing IPv6 VPN over MPLS

• Finding Feature Information
• Prerequisites for Implementing IPv6 VPN over MPLS
• Restrictions for Implementing IPv6 VPN over MPLS
• Information About Implementing IPv6 VPN over MPLS
• IPv6 VPN over MPLS Overview
• Addressing Considerations for IPv6 VPN over MPLS
• Basic IPv6 VPN over MPLS Functionality
• IPv6 VPN Architecture Overview
• IPv6 VPN Next Hop
• MPLS Forwarding
• 6VPE over GRE Tunnels
• VRF Concepts
• IPv6 VPN Scalability
• Advanced IPv6 MPLS VPN Functionality
• Internet Access
• Multiautonomous-System Backbones
• Carrier Supporting Carriers
• BGP IPv6 PIC Edge for IP MPLS
• How to Implement IPv6 VPN over MPLS
• Configuring a Virtual Routing and Forwarding Instance for IPv6
• Binding a VRF to an Interface
• Configuring a Static Route for PE-to-CE Routing
• Configuring eBGP PE-to-CE Routing Sessions
• Configuring the IPv6 VPN Address Family for iBGP
• Configuring Route Reflectors for Improved Scalability
• Configuring Internet Access
• Configuring the Internet Gateway
• Configuring iBGP 6PE Peering to the VPN PE
• Configuring the Internet Gateway as the Gateway to the Public Domain
• Configuring eBGP Peering to the Internet
• Configuring the IPv6 VPN PE
• Configuring a Default Static Route from the VRF to the Internet Gateway
• Configuring a Static Route from the Default Table to the VRF
• Configuring iBGP 6PE Peering to the Internet Gateway
• Configuring a Multiautonomous-System Backbone for IPv6 VPN
• Configuring the PE VPN for a Multiautonomous-System Backbone
• Configuring iBGP IPv6 VPN Peering to a Route Reflector
• Configuring IPv4 and Label iBGP Peering to a Route Reflector
• Configuring the Route Reflector for a Multiautonomous-System Backbone
• Configuring Peering to the PE VPN
• Configuring the Route Reflector
• Configuring Peering to the Autonomous System Boundary Router
• Configuring Peering to Another ISP Route Reflector
• Configuring the ASBR
• Configuring Peering with Router Reflector RR1
• Configuring Peering with the Other ISP ASBR2
• Configuring CSC for IPv6 VPN
• Configuring BGP IPv6 PIC Edge for IP MPLS
• Verifying and Troubleshooting IPv6 VPN
• Verifying and Troubleshooting Routing
• Example: BGP IPv6 Activity Summary
• Example: Dumping the BGP IPv6 Tables
• Example: Dumping the IPv6 Routing Tables
• Verifying and Troubleshooting Forwarding
• Example: PE-CE Connectivity
• Example: PE Imposition Path
• Example: PE Disposition Path
• Example: Label Switch Path
• Example: VRF Information
• Debugging Routing and Forwarding
• Configuration Examples for Implementing IPv6 VPN over MPLS
• Example: IPv6 VPN Configuration Using IPv4 Next Hop
• Feature Information for Implementing IPv6 VPN over MPLS

Implementing Policy-Based Routing for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Restrictions for Implementing Policy-Based Routing for IPv6
• Information About Implementing Policy-Based Routing for IPv6
• Policy-Based Routing Overview
• How Policy-Based Routing Works
• Packet Matching
• Packet Forwarding Using Set Statements
• When to Use Policy-Based Routing
• How to Implement Policy-Based Routing for IPv6
• Enabling PBR on an Interface
• Enabling Local PBR for IPv6
• Enabling Cisco Express Forwarding-Switched PBR for IPv6
• Verifying Configuration and Operation of PBR for IPv6
• Troubleshooting PBR for IPv6
• Configuration Examples for Implementing Policy-Based Routing for IPv6
• Example: Enabling PBR on an Interface
• Example: Enabling Local PBR for IPv6
• Feature Information for Implementing Policy-Based Routing for IPv6

Implementing QoS for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Restrictions for Implementing QoS for IPv6
• Information About Implementing QoS for IPv6
• Implementation Strategy for QoS for IPv6
• Packet Classification in IPv6
• Policies and Class-Based Packet Marking in IPv6 Networks
• Congestion Management in IPv6 Networks
• Congestion Avoidance for IPv6 Traffic
• Traffic Policing in IPv6 Environments
• How to Implement QoS for IPv6
• Classifying Traffic in IPv6 Networks
• Specifying Marking Criteria for IPv6 Packets
• Using the Match Criteria to Manage IPv6 Traffic Flows
• Confirming the Service Policy
• Configuration Examples for Implementing QoS for IPv6
• Example: Verifying Cisco Express Forwarding Switching
• Example: Verifying Packet Marking Criteria
• Example: Matching DSCP Value
• Feature Information for Implementing QoS for IPv6

Implementing RIP for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Information About Implementing RIP for IPv6
• RIP for IPv6
• Nonstop Forwarding for IPv6 RIP
• How to Implement RIP for IPv6
• Enabling the IPv6 RIP Process
• Customizing IPv6 RIP
• Redistributing Routes into an IPv6 RIP Routing Process
• Configuring Route Tags for IPv6 RIP Routes
• Filtering IPv6 RIP Routing Updates
• Verifying IPv6 RIP Configuration and Operation
• Configuration Examples for IPv6 RIP
• Example IPv6 RIP Configuration
• Feature Information for Implementing RIP for IPv6

Implementing Static Routes for IPv6

• Finding Feature Information
• Restrictions for IPv6 Routing: Static Routing
• Information About Implementing Static Routes for IPv6
• Static Routes
• Directly Attached Static Routes
• Recursive Static Routes
• Fully Specified Static Routes
• Floating Static Routes
• How to Implement Static Routes for IPv6
• Configuring a Static IPv6 Route
• Configuring a Recursive IPv6 Static Route to Use a Default IPv6 Static Route
• Configuring a Floating Static IPv6 Route
• Verifying Static IPv6 Route Configuration and Operation
• Configuration Examples for Implementing Static Routes for IPv6
• Example: Configuring Manual Summarization
• Example: Configuring Traffic Discard
• Example: Configuring a Fixed Default Route
• Example: Configuring a Floating Static Route
• Feature Information for Implementing Static Routes for IPv6

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