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IPv6

Hello!

i have seen this Config for IPv6:

frame-relay map ipv6 2001:CC5E:4321:ABCD::10/64 110

frame-relay map ipv6 FE80::CCE3:1FFF:FEB7:0 110

THE QUESTION:What is this:FE80::CCE3:1FFF:FEB7:0?how can i find it?

10xs

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Hall of Fame Super Bronze

Re: IPv6

The link-local address (FE80::) is needed there to transport dynamic routing information (OSPFv3 and RIPng) over the frame-relay.

You can find it by typing show ipv6 int brief

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Re: IPv6

hello freind

EdisonOrtiz:do i need it in my Config?i mean the map statments?

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2)The requirments says R10 Lo0 sould be part of the EIGRP 100.Can r10 have this interface into EIGRP 100 AND OSPF AREA 0?

ON R10 i have redistribution between ospf 1 and eigrp 100

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can i redistribut to ospf 1 2 eigrp as

like eigrp 100 and eigrp 150

10xs a lot

10XS

Hall of Fame Super Bronze

Re: IPv6

I'm sorry - I'm confused.

Your first query was regarding IPv6 and the second query is regarding IPv4 dynamic routing protocols.

I believe the answer is, whatever you have in the frame-relay ipv6 statement, it won't affect your IPv4 routing protocols.

You need IPv4 frame map statements as well.

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As for this question:

"The requirments says R10 Lo0 sould be part of the EIGRP 100.Can r10 have this interface into EIGRP 100 AND OSPF AREA 0?"

You can have an interface participating on 2 dynamic routing protocols but it's not 'best practice' and often discourage. For Lab work, yeah it's cool to play around with it but never should be done in production.

New Member

Re: IPv6

man

no need to be confused.10xs a lot...

New Member

Re: IPv6

hello

can this work fine:

router ospf 1

redis eigrp 100 metric 1 1 1 1 1

redis eigrp 150 metric 1 1 1 1 1

10xs

New Member

Re: IPv6

sorry

i mean these:

router ospf 1

redis eigrp 100 subnets

redis eigrp 150 subnets

10xs

Hall of Fame Super Bronze

Re: IPv6

Yes, that should work. It's not mandatory to include a metric value when redistributing into OSPF.

Hall of Fame Super Bronze

Re: IPv6

You are missing the 'subnets' keyword so redistributed routes into OSPF can be classless.

Also, the metric illustrated is for redistribution into EIGRP.

OSPF only uses one metric

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