Juniper SRX300 IPv6 tunnel

The SRX300 (and SRX550M) are configured to drop IPv6 traffic by default: see documentation: When IPv6 is configured on SRX300 Series and the SRX550M devices, the default behavior is set to drop mode because of memory constraints.https://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos/topics/task/configuration/ipv6-flow-processing-enabling.html This can be confirmed: admin@CS7-HQ-FW02> show security flow status Flow forwarding mode: Inet forwarding mode: flow based Inet6... Continue Reading →

IPv6 tunnel

IPv6 tunnel This scenario details how to connect an IPv6 enabled site which has no native IPv6 internet service to connect to a remote IPv6 routing service to facilitate end to end IPv6 transport, thus avoiding the need for NAT64. Hurricane Electirc (http://ipv6.he.net/) offers an excellent free service which allows for the use of global... Continue Reading →

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