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IPv6 Routing Protocols


IPv4 and IPv6 Protocol Comparison

Routing is a process that we route packets in a network as static or dynamic. Static routing is done manually and dynamic routing is done with the help of Routing Protocols. These routing protocols are RIP, EIGRP,OSPF,ISIS and BGP.

We use Routed Protocols like IP with Routing Protocols. For many years, IPv4 is used with routing protocls. But with the expand of IP world, some enhancements are needed. So, a new version of IP has developed. This new IP version caused the development of the new versions of Routing Protocols. This IPv6 cabaple Routing Protocols will be covered in this article.

Firstly, let’s remember the routing protocols used with IPv4.

RIPv2 (Routing Information Protocol)
EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol)
OSPFv2 (Open Shortest Path First version 2)
ISIS (Intermediate System to Intermediate System)
BGPv4 (Border Gateway Protocol version 4).

Here, we give the recent routing protocols, so we did no t add EGP, IGRP etc.

As we mentioned above, for IPv6 support, newer versions of Routing Protocols introduced. What are the newer versions of this protocols? These IPv6 cabaple Routing Protocols are:

• RIPng (RIP Next Generation)
• OSPFv3
• EIGRP for IPv6
• Integrated IS-IS for IPv6
• MP-BGP4

ipv4 ipv6 routing protocols transition

Generally, the new IPv6 capable protocols have the characteristics of their previous counterparts. With IPv6, only some new features and some CLI commands are added.

In the following articles, we will focus all IPv6 capable versions of Routing Protocols one by one. We will cover, new features, differences with the previous versions and we will give specific configuration examples for each IPv6 Routing Protocol.

IPv6 Routing Protocols…

IPv6 Routing Protocols – Part 1
IPv6 Routing Protocols – Part 2 (OSPFv3)
IPv6 Routing Protocols – Part 3 (EIGRP for IPv6)
IPv6 Routing Protocols – Part 4 (RIPng)
IPv6 Routing Protocols – Part 5 (ISIS for IPv6)

IPv6 Routing Protocols CONFIGURATIONs..!

Static/Default Route Configuration Example On Cisco IOS
OSPFv3 Configuration Example On Cisco IOS
EIGRP for IPv6 Configuration Example On Cisco IOS
RIPng Configuration Example On Cisco IOS
ISIS for IPv6 Configuration Example On Cisco IOS

You can find the other IPv6 articles below…

IPv6

IPv6 – Part 1 (IPv6 and IPv6 Addresses)
IPv6 – Part 2 (What does IPv6 bring?)
IPv6 – Part 3 (Address Types in IPv6)
IPv6 – Part 4 (Subnetting IPv6)

IPv6 Static Route Configuration Examples…

IPv6 Static Route Configuration on Cisco
IPv6 Static Route Configuration on Juniper

IPv4 and IPv6 Headers…

IPv4 and IPv6 Headers

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2 comments for “IPv6 Routing Protocols – Part 1”

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[…] Differences: • For IPv6 addresses, • OSPFv3 run per-link, not per-subnet, • Authentication method changes(with AH and ESP with IPv6), • Packet formation and LSA’s header format changes, • OSPFv 3 has 9 LSA types, two of them is new( Link LSA, Intra-Area Prefix LSA), • Separation of IP addressing from the calculation of the SPF tree, • All OSPFv3 adjacencies are formed using link-local addresses, • Removal of addressing semantics, • Addition of Flooding scope, • Explicit support for multiple instances per link, • Improved handling for unknown LSAs, • Manual router-id configuration need. IPv6 Routing Protocols – Part 1 […]

April 2nd, 2013 at 08:33
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ben kld

I have problem ping between two routers olive junos VMware with inet6? please help !!!

May 13th, 2013 at 00:00

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