My question is connected with IPv6 routing and ASA.
My simple lab network topology:
PC======ASA 5520=======Router 2801
I've assigned following IPv6 Subnets:
Network is 2001::3000:100:/104
ASA has 2001::3000:101:1/104
PC has 2001::3000:133:136/104 (default gateway is 2001::3000:101:1)
Network is FC00:1::/32
ASA has FC00:1::1/32
Router has FC00:1::101/32 (default gateway is FC00:1::1)
PC can ping it's IPv6 gateway
Router can ping it's IPv6 gateway
The problem is that PC can't ping (establish tcp connections, etc) Router and vice versa.
ASA can ping both of them.
When I use 'packet-trace' command on ASA it says that connections are allowed.
PC firewall is disabled. Router has not any IPv6 access-list.
ASA has two IPv6 access-list for both interfaces with following rules:
permit ip any any
permit icmp any any
I also used commands 'ipv6 icmp permit any INT1' and 'ipv6 icmp permit any INT2'.
What is the problem of my situation? why PC and Routers can't communicate?
I thought that I have to enable IPv6 routing on ASA, but I do not know how to do this.
When I do 'show ipv6 interface' I get:
ASA firmware is 8.2. PC is Windows 7. Router is 12.4.