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Cisco ACI Cookbook by Stuart Fordham

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How it works...

The new IPv6 subnet is added in the same way that we added IPv4 subnets. 

As you will have noticed from the other recipes in this chapter, routing with IPv6 is treated no differently to IPv4 routing--there is no graphical distinction between the two.

If we switch to the command line, using the NX-OS CLI, we can see that the subnets are all configured in one area (just SSH to the APIC controller):

apic1# sh run tenant TenantA# Command: show running-config tenant TenantA tenant TenantA   vrf context TenantA_VRF     exit   bridge-domain TenantA-BD     vrf member TenantA_VRF     exit   application TenantA_AP1     epg TenantA_EPG1 bridge-domain member ...

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