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How to check , if IPv6 traffic is available at my network ?

Hallo

We have an IPv4 network with a lot of firewalls  and I want to see which ipv6 already exists in out network.

What I´am doing is : enabling ipv6 on the firewall interface , defining  a deny any any role and logging enabling .

any other idea or workarounds ?

sincerley

Alfred

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How to check , if IPv6 traffic is available at my network ?

I agree Netflow is a better insight method. But then you need a Netflow collector setup somewhere.

Neither Netflow nor an ASA access-list will catch the local segment IPv6 - multicasts, peers establishing adjacencies, etc.

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Re: How to check , if IPv6 traffic is available at my network ?

Hi,

You should try NetFlow instead.

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How to check , if IPv6 traffic is available at my network ?

I agree Netflow is a better insight method. But then you need a Netflow collector setup somewhere.

Neither Netflow nor an ASA access-list will catch the local segment IPv6 - multicasts, peers establishing adjacencies, etc.

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How to check , if IPv6 traffic is available at my network ?

Thx for help

I ask my netflow colleagues to have a look, I think we can do it and I will inform you

does it mean  enabling ipv6 parallel to ipv4 on a firewall interface is useless ?

Re: How to check , if IPv6 traffic is available at my network ?

Hi,

You could run both IPv4 and IPv6 on your ASA by using the dual stack method.

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