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ASA 5505 / Proto41 or 6in4

Hi,

does anyone know if the ASA5505 supports 6in4/proto41? I know it doesn't support terminating anything other then an IPSec connection, so it seems like my only option would be to go with a provider called sixxs which does have an option that supports ipv6 tunnels for computers doing NAT, however proto41 support is required.

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Re: ASA 5505 / Proto41 or 6in4

*bump*

If this isn't supported yet, anyone knows where I can make a feature request?? Being able to terminate an IPv6 tunnel on the 5505 would be even better, however I'm not getting my hopes up for that one.

Erik

Re: ASA 5505 / Proto41 or 6in4

Hi,

personally have not played with ipv6 yet, but looking at 8.0 command reference there seems to be support for ipv6.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa80/configuration/guide/ipv6.html#wp1041881

For feature request I would suspect that you need to probably contact your Local Cisco account rep or call Cisco TAC directly for fruther inquiry.

Regards

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Re: ASA 5505 / Proto41 or 6in4

Hi Jorge,

Unfortunately although IPv6 support is there, this would require native IPv6 (i.e.: outside interface) and my connection at the DC isn't native IPv6. The two other possibilities are:

- If the ASA could terminate IPv6 tunnels (like I said, not holding my breath for this one, this feature is found on their routers)

- If Proto41 (ip6in4) would be supported

Thanks for your suggestion, I'll open a TAC case.

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Re: ASA 5505 / Proto41 or 6in4

On a different note, I noticed Apple's airport extreme home routers support this. Kind of pricey ($175) but I guess you gotta pay to play. If ?I wouldn't be so cheap (and I know I shouldn't, eventually I'll get there) I'd surf eBay for a second-hand cisco router, but of course this would mean using another U

Re: ASA 5505 / Proto41 or 6in4

Erik.. thanks for sharing that info.

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