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Re: IPV6 in enterprise best practices/white papaers
From: Pavel Dimow <paveldimow () gmail com>
Date: Sat, 26 Jan 2013 22:10:14 +0100
Hi, I want to thank you all for your comments they are very helpful to me.
And yes, I don't have much hands on experience but as non native
I tend to write someone confusing mails so don't take every my
sentence "as-is". ;)
Tnx once again to all.
On Sat, Jan 26, 2013 at 6:59 PM, TJ <trejrco () gmail com> wrote:
In principle, I agree with the EDGE-in approach.
However, if you need to do LAN before EDGE (e.g. DISA can't get you
connectivity but you need to make some progress) you need to block AAAA
queries from getting replies. BIND has a "filter AAAA on IPv4" option that
helps here ... (just don't give the hosts the v6 addresses of the internal
On Jan 26, 2013 12:49 PM, "William Herrin" <bill () herrin us> wrote:
On Sat, Jan 26, 2013 at 4:26 AM, Pavel Dimow <paveldimow () gmail com> wrote:
I can start to create
AAAA record and PTR recors in DNS and after that I should configure my
dhcp servers and after all has been done I can test ipv6 in LAN and
after that I can start configure bgp with ISP.
Is this correct procedure?
In their infinite(simal) wisdom the architects of IPv6 determined that
a host configured with both a global scope IPv6 address and an IPv4
address will attempt IPv6 in preference to IPv4. If you configure IPv6
on a LAN without first installing your IPv6 Internet connection, that
LAN will break horribly.
Work your way from the outside in: start with BGP, then the interior
routers and configure the LAN last.
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