sean_evershed Tue, 06/26/2012 - 07:23


One thing to consider is routing.

If the public IP addresses are hosted on an ASA firewall then this device does not as yet support dynamic IPv6 routing.

Therefore if you want to route to the IPv6 addresses of these devices from within your internal network you will need to inject a static route into your routing table.



vipinrajrc Wed, 06/27/2012 - 00:41


What we are going to do is one to one maping in our edge router..

Thanks and Regards,

vipinrajrc Wed, 06/27/2012 - 22:14

Hi experts..

I need to give our servers with IPV6 IP address. curretly all the servers are NATed with public IPs.

We want to these public IPs to IPv6 addresses.. any idea?

we are having a setup as.. switches--Firewall--Router--ISP

Kindly suggest u r valid opinions.

Thanks and Regards,

sean_evershed Thu, 06/28/2012 - 06:12

So do you have a pool of global IPv6 addresses?

If so assign these addresses to your servers as required.

Are you plannig to keep your IPv4 addresses? If so you can run dual stack IPv4/IPv6 on these servers.


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