I-BGP/IGP question Exactly what Mark said. The only design you’d have an issue with that is if you had routers that do not run BGP. Even then, you could solve that with MPLS ( not necessarily TE, a good old bgp-free core design with LDP would be just fine ) , but that’s really not …

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> Can you pass me along a traceroute6 to 2a02:26f0:6a:18f::eed and I’ll pass > it along to the Akamai NOC? scamper is your friend here: > cheesecake# scamper -I “trace -P udp -M 2a02:26f0:6a:18f::eed” > traceroute from 2a03:8900:0:100::5 to 2a02:26f0:6a:18f::eed >  1  2a03:8900:0:100::1  0.216 ms [mtu: 1500] >  2  2a02:8900:0:200::209  0.216 ms [mtu: 1500] >  …

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IPv6 BGP peers over SNMP On 22/09/14 22:42, chiel wrote: > So not yet for a 6500 with sup720? I believe 15.1 is the latest on that. Looks to be the case…. 7600 with SUP720 have 15.2, 15.3 & 15.4 releases: http://software.cisco.com/download/release.html?mdfid=282201754&flowid=61102&softwareid=280805680&release=15.2.4S6&relind=AVAILABLE&rellifecycle=ED&reltype=latest On 23/09/2014 04:05, Frank Bulk wrote: > Do you happen to have the …

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By enabling ‘mls qos’ you’re splitting your already small buffer space on this platform into 4 pieces and using just one of them for normal traffic “mls qos” activates QoS, and that includes _ALL_ of the default QoS configs including automatic classify and remark, and all the default queues. This lets the interfaces use (almost) as …

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