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  • 03-30-2013 8:17 AM

    • BLP
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    • Joined on 03-05-2009
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    3.2 IPv6 BGP Features

    Alternate Solution:

    on r3

    Gen the Agg use AS-SET without the summary only key word command, *prevents R1 from learning and installing the summary locally .. on r3 also create a ipv6 prefix-list allowing only the agg out to R4.   no reason to unsuppress anything.

    Also I think 3.1 the IPv6 config portion added an additional frame map statement on R4 that wasn't needed to R2.

    i never configured this and my solution worked fine.  

    As long as you have R3's link-local covered in the map you'll be fine, and of course the main interface to R2

    frame-relay map ipv6 FEC0:234::2 403

    sg: frame-relay map ipv6 FE80::2 403 NOT NEEDED..

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