Two years later, I am trying to use VPLS with routing, but it does not
work with IPv6 although it is supposed to be supported on 6.0.00 and
newer code, according to the release note:
IPv6 for VE over VPLS - IPv6 addresses and IPv6 routing will be
supported on VE over VPLS interfaces.
Here is the VPLS config:
vpls blah 35189 max-mac 5
router-interface ve 4095
When I try to add an IPv6 to the VE, I have an error message:
(config-mpls-vpls-blah)#int ve 4095
(config-vif-4095)# port-name customerX
(config-vif-4095)# ip address x.x.x.x/30 ospf-passive
(config-vif-4095)# no ip redirect
(config-vif-4095)# ip arp-age 120
(config-vif-4095)# ipv6 address 2a00:xxx:x:x:x:x:x:1/124
Error - A VE over VPLS interface cannot have IPv6 configured
Am i missing something ? I am running 6.0.00b on a CER box.
On Wed, 2015-02-25 at 12:03 -0700, Josh Galvez wrote: > Clement, it is possible to add a VE to a VPLS, but not a VLL. I often find
> myself replacing VLL's with VPLS's.
> On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 10:46 AM, Clement Cavadore <email@example.com>
> > Hi,
> > I'd like to terminate "locally" a VLL, on a CER router, ie: Have the
> > ability to have a router-interface on the vll end, instead of a physical
> > port. AFAIK, this is not possible, but I still would like to to ask :)
> > That would avoid me to terminate the VLL on a physical port, and hairpin
> > it on the same router. Is that possible ? If not, is it at least on the
> > roadmaps ?
> > Thanks !
> > --
> > Clément Cavadore
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