I was hoping to get some anwsers before I go buy a switch.
When you write page 183, I assume you're referring to page 173:
What's confusing is that for ipv4, the document has seperate sections for configuring ipv4 in layer 2 and layer 3 modes. Also, the doc clearly states this routing between vlan is supported in layer 3 mode:
Operating in Layer 3 mode, the switch routes traffic between the directly attached IP subnets configured at the switch. The switch continues to bridge traffic between devices in the same VLAN. Additional IPv4 routes for routing to non- directly attached subnets can be configured in the IP Static Routing Page.
But for ipv6, there's only one section for layer and layer 3, and then there's this:
• IPv6 Address—The switch supports one IPv6 interface. In additional to the default link local and multicast addresses, the device also automatically adds global addresses to the interface based on the router advertisements it receives. The device supports a maximum of 128 addresses at the interface. Each address must be a valid IPv6 address that is specified in hexadecimal format by using 16-bit values separated by colons.
Also,t here's no explicting mention of routing between the vlans for ipv6.
I pulled out one of our 300 series switches and looked at the layer three settings to see if I could find something out for you. Based on the inerface, you can only enable one ipv6 interface on the device. So with that being said, ipv6 routing is not support on the device yet. Hopefully this helps you out.
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