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Topic # 154398 26-Oct-2014 23:54
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If anyone has a working Cisco + UFB configuration for IPV6, can they please post it?




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  Reply # 1162655 27-Oct-2014 00:00
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Wouldnt this depend on your ISPs implementation of IPv6? 




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  Reply # 1162657 27-Oct-2014 00:07
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hio77: Wouldnt this depend on your ISPs implementation of IPv6? 


It's not officially supported yet. I pushed to be a beta tester (impatient) and was basically told I'd be on my own for now. I did my Cisco qualification a few years ago and IPV6 was just a brief part of the coursework at the time. If someone has a working config from another ISP, I'm hoping my ISP will be the same or similar. At least it is worth a try.




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  Reply # 1164593 29-Oct-2014 19:48
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I had it going before. But Chorus didn't support DHCPv6 injecting the option 82 values into a dhcpv6 pd request. It does depend on how the RSP plans to implement IPv6. As there are plenty of options.

PPPoE with ipv6
dhcpv6 pd
dhcpv6 slaac
dhcpv6 stateless or stateful

So depending on how the RSP implements it is how you will need to configure it in the router.

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  Reply # 1164596 29-Oct-2014 19:53
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  But Chorus didn't support DHCPv6 injecting the option 82 values into a dhcpv6 pd request. .


DHCPv6 Option 37 not supported on Chorus but it works as long as you have DHCPv4 Option 82 enabled on the line.









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  Reply # 1164628 29-Oct-2014 21:20
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plambrechtsen: I had it going before. But Chorus didn't support DHCPv6 injecting the option 82 values into a dhcpv6 pd request. It does depend on how the RSP plans to implement IPv6. As there are plenty of options.

PPPoE with ipv6
dhcpv6 pd
dhcpv6 slaac
dhcpv6 stateless or stateful

So depending on how the RSP implements it is how you will need to configure it in the router.


Thanks for your response.

I have something in my notes here... which says "IPV6 CP neg over PPPoE", alongside "ia_na on" and "dhcp v6 client".




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  Reply # 1164652 29-Oct-2014 21:44
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plambrechtsen: I had it going before. But Chorus didn't support DHCPv6 injecting the option 82 values into a dhcpv6 pd request. It does depend on how the RSP plans to implement IPv6. As there are plenty of options.

PPPoE with ipv6
dhcpv6 pd
dhcpv6 slaac
dhcpv6 stateless or stateful

So depending on how the RSP implements it is how you will need to configure it in the router.


Thanks for your response.

I have something in my notes here... which says "IPV6 CP neg over PPPoE", alongside "ia_na on" and "dhcp v6 client".


Is that your old Cisco notes or what your RSP says? Since you really need to chat with your RSP and ask them how they are delivering v6.. as there are plenty of ways to deliver it. It's all up to the RSP.



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  Reply # 1164679 29-Oct-2014 21:48
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plambrechtsen:
Is that your old Cisco notes or what your RSP says? Since you really need to chat with your RSP and ask them how they are delivering v6.. as there are plenty of ways to deliver it. It's all up to the RSP.


It based on a brief conversation with the RSP.

The situation is - they are not officially offering it and I don't want to wait. They have said I can have it (in about a week's time) but it's not supported for now. So I have to find out as much as I can by myself and asking online.




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  Reply # 1167580 3-Nov-2014 13:04
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Update:

I have received an email from the ISP -

 

1, Reauthenticate or reboot your router to get the IPv6 delegation started.

 

2, Turn on option IA_NA as part of IPV6CP PPPoE negotiation.

 

3, Run a DHCPv6 client that will accept an IPv6 prefix delegation.

 

4, Allocate a /64 from your /56 delegation to a LAN interface and turn on some form of
IPv6 auto-configuration (optional as they you use static addressing instead of RA or DHCPv6 internally).

How is "IA_NA" option enabled?

Does someone have a config example for the WAN side please?




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  Reply # 1167593 3-Nov-2014 13:23
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I have it working now. Here is the relevant lines:

no ipv6 source-route
ipv6 unicast-routing
ipv6 cef

ipv6 route ::/0 Dialer0

Dialer0

ipv6 address autoconfig default
ipv6 enable
ipv6 dhcp client pd PREFIX rapid-commit




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