How can I configure both BGP for ipv4 and ipv6 on the same Extreme Layer 3 switches using XOS v16.2?

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Good morning!

Something like this should work.

configure bgp AS-number 12345
configure bgp add network 169.254.1.0/24
configure bgp add network address-family ipv6-unicast 2001:db8:1000:/48

create bgp neighbor 1.2.3.4 remote-AS-number 1000
configure bgp neighbor 1.2.3.4 source-interface ipaddress 1.2.3.5
create bgp neighbor 2001:db8:f00::2 remote-AS-number 1000
configure bgp neighbor 2001:db8:f00::4 source-interface ipaddress 2001:db8:f00::5
enable bgp neighbor 1.2.3.4
enable bgp neighbor 2001:db8:f00::4 address-family ipv6-unicast
enable bgp

Assuming you have a "Provider" vlan:

create vlan BigISP tag 999
configure vlan BigISP ipaddress 1.2.3.5/24
configure vlan BigISP ipaddress 2001:db8:f00::/64

Oh, and get used to adding "address-family ipv6-unicast" to pretty much any command where you want to see ipv6 output ;) (OK, I'm exaggerating a little - tab-completion and the "?" are your friend on the command line)

Hope that helps