I have seen other discussions regarding Static MAC address entries on IPv4, but what of IPv6?
We have MS NLB solutions and they are working fine.
We have Cisco 6509/6504, Version 12.2(33)SXI5
But then we have a new one for a new ActiveDirectory solution, and on those networks we have implemented IPv6.
To put it short: How is Static MAC address entries and MS NLB solved in IPv6 (i.e arp ip.ip.ip.ip mac.mac.mac ARPA gi1/1). I can't seem to find much examples or documentation on this? Is it replaced with another function?
The reason I ask is twofold.
1. I really want to know :-)
2. The NLB cluster seem to drop IPv6 traffic at even intervals, witch seems to correspond with NLB transition.
Did you try adding the following command to your switch:
ipv6 neighbor ipv6_address (vlan where cluster is) mac_address
This seems to work for me. I also needed to add the MAC address/port map of the clusters to the MAC address table.
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