I have two 2821 routers running OSPFv3 with Address Family IPv4. These two routers are connected via static routes through a WAN therefore OSPF router on one side of the WAN is not running or advertising to the other OSPF router on the other side of the WAN.
Would you please give some advice on how to configure tunneling for OSPF instead of using static routes?
that this condition with different IPv4 subnets should be supported if the two devices are directly connected because communication use IPv6 link local for LSA exchange.
Or if devices in the middle are able to send IPV4 family related LSA downstream.
However, it's not clear how the forwarding of IPv4 packets over the IPv6 only path can work: it requires some form of tunneling of IPv4 into IPv6 packets. (the opposite of what is done in most cases today where it is IPv6 tunneled into IPv4)
Thanks for all the advices. After set up tunneling for ospf and removed all the static routes, ospf routers were able to advertise to the other and I can ping every node on ospf networks. However, I have not tested with IPv6 addresses. Not sure if ospf tunneling will forwards IPv6. Here're changes to the config files:
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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