[j-nsp] l3vpn for IPv6 Unicast - Issue

Daniel Roesen dr at cluenet.de
Sun Jan 4 14:09:08 EST 2009

On Fri, Jan 02, 2009 at 09:03:05PM +0800, Mark Tinka wrote:
>     local-address 2001:db8::3:ff7b;
>     family inet6-vpn {
>         apply-groups BGP-OUTBOUND-POLICY6-L3VPN6;
>         unicast;
>     }
>     export BGP-OUTBOUND-POLICY6;
>     peer-as 65000;
>     neighbor 2001:db8::5:ff79;
>     neighbor 2001:db8::5:ff78;

This would "native" IPv6 MPLS L3VPN support, which isn't there (no
customer demand, yaddayadda). There is only 6PVE support (6PE hack for
L3VPNs), which means you transport the IPv6 L3VPN NRLI within IPv4
BGP transport sessions, not IPv6 sessions (and thus having IPv4 BGP

Best regards,

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