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IPv6 Routing Protocols – Part 2 (OSPFv3)

Posted by gokhankosem on 07 Mar 13 - 1 Comment

OSPFv3 is a new version of OSPF protocol that support IPv6. OSPFv3 has some differences and some similarities from its previous version OSPFv2. These are mentioned below. Similarities: • SPF, • Area Support, • Neighbour discovery and adjacency formation mechanism, • DR/ BDR Election, • Interface types(P2P, P2M, Broadcast, NBMA, Virtual), • 5 packet types(Hello, […]

IPv6 Routing Protocols – Part 1

Posted by gokhankosem on 07 Mar 13 - 2 Comments
ipv4 ipv6 routing protocols transition

IPv6 Routing Protocols IPv4 and IPv6 Protocol Comparison As you know in IPv4, there are two types of routing protocols . These routing protocol types are IGP and EGP. With IPv6 these types are still exist but the routing protocols’ versions will change. Routing Protocols Used In IPv4 In IPv4, as IGP, we can use […]

IPv6 Static Routes (On Juniper Routers)

Archived in the category: Basic, IPv6, Juniper, Routing, Static Routing
Posted by gokhankosem on 20 Jun 12 - 2 Comments

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 […]

IPv6 Static Routes (On Cisco Routers)

Archived in the category: Cisco, IPv6, Routing, Static Routing
Posted by gokhankosem on 20 Jun 12 - 2 Comments

On Cisco routers to create a static route for IPv6, we use the similar commands with IPv4. We can make this configuration with three ways : To send all packets to the next-hop address, ipv6 route 2001:dc8:b15:4::1/64 2001:dc8:b15:5::1/64 Directly attached static route to send packets out an interface, ipv6 route 2001:dc8:b15:4::1/64 fastethernet 0/0 Full specified […]

IPv4 and IPv6 Headers

Archived in the category: IPv4, IPv6, Packets
Posted by gokhankosem on 10 May 11 - 0 Comments

IPv4 header…Currenly used but not in the future… IPv6 header…Todays and future ip header… Ipv4 Header Note: Some parts are shown irregular to emphasize the fields that is different in IPv4 and IPv6. Ipv6 Header You can find the other IPv6 articles below… IPv6 Routing Protocols… IPv6 Routing Protocols – Part 1 IPv6 Routing Protocols […]


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