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IPv6 Static Routes (On Juniper Routers)

Author: gokhankosem, on 20 Jun 12 - 2 Comments
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On Juniper routers to create a static route for IPv6 we use “routing-options” hierarchy as IPv4. But this time after this hierarchy, we go under another hierarchy, “ rib inet6.0”. The below example will be a basic example of configuring IPv6 static routes on Juniper routers.

As you see we have three routers again, and two networks. To ınform the edge routers about the other edge network, we will use static routes again, but this time with Ipv6 and on Juniper routers.

With the below commands, set the interfaces Ipv6 addresses.

For Junos1 Router:
[edit interfaces em0 unit 0 family inet6]
root# set address 2001:200:20:1::1/64

For Junos 2 Router:
[edit interfaces em0 unit 0 family inet6]
root# set address 2001:200:20:1::2/64
[edit interfaces em0 unit 0 family inet6]

[edit interfaces em1 unit 0 family inet6]
root# set address 2001:200:30:2::2/64

For Junos 3 Router:
[edit interfaces em0 unit 0 family inet6]
root# set address 2001:200:30:2::1/64

After committing these changes, it is time to add static routes and commit:

For Junos 1 Router:
[edit routing-options rib inet6.0]
root# set static route 2001:200:30:2::1/128 next-hop 2001:200:20:1::2
[edit routing-options rib inet6.0]
root# commit

For Junos 3 Router:
[edit routing-options rib inet6.0]
root# set static route 2001:200:20:1::1/128 next-hop 2001:200:30:2::2
[edit routing-options rib inet6.0]
root# commit

We can check our configurations by “run show | display set “ command under “edit mode”. The results are below:

Lasty, it is time to ping from one end to another. AS shown below output, ping from the Junos Router 1 to Junos Router 2 is successfull.


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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

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

IPv4 and IPv6 Headers…

IPv4 and IPv6 Headers

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Gokhan Kosem is a telecommunation and network engineer. His ambition to IP networks and end-to-end system installation made him to prepare this web-site. By sharing his experiences about various networking protocols beside different system installation experiences and Cisco, Juniper, Alcatel-Lucent devices configurations, he is aimed to be helpful for his collegues in all over the world. He is currently lives in Istanbul, Turkey.

2 comments for “IPv6 Static Routes (On Juniper Routers)”

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Plz i can’t conectad the routers junos withe ipv6 interfaces

May 7th, 2013 at 21:01
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