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E-MSM: IPv6 ?

 
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snoms
Occasional Advisor

E-MSM: IPv6 ?

Hi,

 

reading the datasheet, the E-MSM series seem not to support IPv6? So access points and controller do not have a IPv4/IPv6 dual stack running? Does anyone know whether this feature (incl. e.g. IPv6 ACLs) is on the roadmap?

 

What about giving IPv6 adresses to the wifi clients? Can I bridge/tunnel the IPv6 traffic through the controller to the clients?

 

thanks in advance

Michael

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Fredrik Lönnman
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Re: E-MSM: IPv6 ?

I've been told that the E-MSM series will have full v6 Q1 2012. Havent seen that on any official roadmap though.

 

About bridging v6 I havent tried it myself yet, but I cant really see why it wouldnt work.

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Fredrik Lönnman
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Re: E-MSM: IPv6 ?

I was at a clients place today and could verify that bridget v6 through AP (not access controller VSC) works just fine.
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MASE Network Infrastructure [2011]
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CCNP R&S

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snoms
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Re: E-MSM: IPv6 ?

Hi srg,

 

thanks for the updated information. Great to heat that there will be IPv6 support within a short period of time.

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MichaelM55
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Re: E-MSM: IPv6 ?

Se here we are, June 2012. What about that "full v6"  support on MSM platform. Does anyone know more?

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Fredrik Lönnman
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Re: E-MSM: IPv6 ?

My feeling is that MSM development has been pretty much halted almost since last summer.. and a few weeks ago 5.7.x was pulled from the site with 5.5.3 beeing the new prefered release. I know there's a code merge going on between MSM and Comware, but I have not idea when they are releasing that stuff.

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CCIE Service Provider
MASE Network Infrastructure [2011]
H3CSE
CCNP R&S