discussion: Enabling IPv6 on Cisco 6500/7600 breaks IPv4 Internet connectivity

Michael Adams madams at netcologne.de
Tue Jun 26 09:33:39 CEST 2012


Am 26.06.2012 07:36, schrieb Mikael Abrahamsson:

> In case of PFC3B(-XL), this is also of interest once IPv6 traffic is flowing:
> <http://mailman.nanog.org/pipermail/nanog/2011-September/040653.html>
> PFC3B will by default punt IPv6 packets with fragmentation header to RP
> and route them there, with the obvious performance penalty this incurs.

Is this behavior depending on using not not using ACL's?


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