Hi, I read some previous posts indicating that it is not currently possible to add an ipv6 address on an Aironet access point in autonomous mode. The most recent related post I found was from March 2011; is this still the case? Can someone point me to to a link showing Cisco's ipv6 roadmap for aironet products? If not already, when will this be supported?
AFAIK IPv6 address is still can not be used in aironet APs. if you mention Vinay Sharma's document that metnioned no IPv6 support (it was in march 2011) you better contact him and ask for the roadmap. he is a cisco employee and will possibly have an idea if Cisco intending to add this feature in the near future wtih aironet APs.
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