fixed configuration 48 port layer 3 routers
berni at birkenwald.de
Fri Nov 7 09:59:38 CET 2008
On Thu, Nov 06, 2008 at 11:28:57PM -0700, Michael Loftis wrote:
> K.13.25 on a 5406zl has the features. And the yl and zl run the same
> vlan <n>
> ipv6 enable
> ipv6 address <>
I'm well aware of that
bschmidt at lxbsc01:~$ telnet 2001:4ca0:0:800:.....
Connected to 2001:4ca0:0:800:.......
Escape character is '^]'.
ProCurve J8697A Switch 5406zl
Software revision K.13.23
but at the moment they can only be IPv6 host (for management), not IPv6
router. See page 2-6 in the IPv6 configuration guide
| Supported IPv6 Operation in Release K.13.01
| Software release K.13.01 provides IPv6 protocol and addressing to
| support host-mode (endpoint) IPv6 operation, including basic layer-2
| functionality. IPv6 routing features are not available in this release.
| However, using a dual- stack (IPv4/IPv6-capable) router, IPv6 traffic
| can be routed between VLANs and sent across an IPv4 network to another
| IPv6 device. (For general information on sending IPv6 traffic across an
| IPv4 network, refer to “Connecting to Devices Supporting IPv6 Over IPv4
| Tunneling” on page 2-5.) The IPv6 features available in release K.13.01
| belong to these general categories:
| * switch configuration and management
| * security
| * IPv6 multicast traffic
| * diagnostic and troubleshooting
There is nothing in the release notes to suggest there have been
improvements in that area between K.13.01 and the current K.13.25
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