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Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 Support


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Does Extreme Switches support Dual-Stack IPv4/IPv6? If so, does it support on all Summit & BlackDiamond switches? Is there any licensing level requirement?

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IPV4 / IPv6 dual stacking is enabled by default.
No additional config or license is required.
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Ron Huygens wrote:

IPV4 / IPv6 dual stacking is enabled by default.
No additional config or license is required.

Thanks; is it available on all platforms (Summit/BD)?
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Ron Huygens wrote:

IPV4 / IPv6 dual stacking is enabled by default.
No additional config or license is required.

We run dual-stack on our BD8806, Summit 460s, and Summit 480s. I would assume it's across the board (BD/Summit)
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Ron Huygens wrote:

IPV4 / IPv6 dual stacking is enabled by default.
No additional config or license is required.

correct, this is available on all platforms in edge mode:

http://documentation.extremenetworks.com/flr/EXOS_21_1/Feature_License_Requirements/r_edge-license-f...
Ron Huygens wrote:

IPV4 / IPv6 dual stacking is enabled by default.
No additional config or license is required.

Is it available on ISW series switches as well?
Please confirm if it is supported on ISW switches?
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Basit Rafiqi wrote:

Please confirm if it is supported on ISW switches?

Hi Basit, please take a look at this thread: https://community.extremenetworks.com/extreme/topics/ipv6-support-on-isw
Basit Rafiqi wrote:

Please confirm if it is supported on ISW switches?

Thanks Drew for your reply. To be more specific I want reference for RFC4213 in ISW Switches.
Basit Rafiqi wrote:

Please confirm if it is supported on ISW switches?

ISW supports Dual Stack & RFC 4213 as well.

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