I have a quick question, I am hoping there's an easy answer to.
We were looking to deploy Windows DirectAccess, and as a part of that, it requires some form of ipv6 support.
Our office, like many, uses a cisco 890 as an edge device, the outside port (G0 and FE8) have public addresses and everything else is NATT'd to the internal network, the device also has 8 L2 switchports.
I need a way to get the ipv6 addresses to the windows box, as MS Direct Access does not support NAT.
I have currently:
description 123.net 50U/50D Fiber Connect
ip address 216.234.xxx.xx 255.255.xxx.xxx
ip flow ingress
ip flow egress
ip nat outside
ip virtual-reassembly max-reassemblies 128
zone-member security outside
ipv6 address xxxx:xxxx:FFFF:FF1B::2/64
And I was hoping to do
description soDetroitAccess VLAN
switchport trunk native vlan 2607
and make the ipv6 subnet availavble on one of the internal switch ports, so I can then address the windwos server interface on teh same network, but I get :
%Vlan2607: Error: xxxx:xxxx:FFFF:FF1B::/64 is overlapping with xxxx:xxxx:FFFF:FF1B::/64 on FastEthernet8
Anyone have any suggestions or ideas on how to walk the network through my router ?
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