youssef at 720
Aug 27, 2012, 4:43 AM
Post #3 of 3
Re: Support for IPv6 127-bit subnet mask on point-to-point networks
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This is indeed bad news as I am starting IPv6 deployment on our new
I am not sure a /126 would be a better solution regarding the potential
security threats it raises.
Maybe someone at Brocade is reading this thread and could give us a
feedback on this ? Greg ?!?
2012/8/27 Wouter Prins <wp [at] null0>
> Hi Youssef,
> If you look at the release notes of 5.3.00b and look into defect
> DEFECT000391863 a /127 is unsupported on brocade. :(
> On 27 August 2012 11:44, Youssef Bengelloun-Zahr <youssef [at] 720> wrote:
> > Hello Community,
> > Running MLXe boxes with 5.3.0b, I was wondering if /127 masks on p2p
> > interfaces were supported ?
> > According to RFC6164, it should be :
> > ftp://ftp.rfc-editor.org/in-notes/rfc6164.txt
> > I have found no mention of it in NetIron ConfGuide 5.3.0a. I will be
> > it anyway but wanted feedbacks for the community.
> > More Specifically, is the first address Prefixe::0000/127 usable ?
> > Thank you.
> > Best.
> > Y.
> > --
> > Youssef BENGELLOUN-ZAHR
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> Wouter Prins
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