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Juniper Networks® Field Guide and Reference by Juniper Networks®, Cris Morris, Gary Drenan, Aviva Garrett

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Configuring IPv6

In general, you configure IPv6 on a Juniper Networks router the same way you configure IPv4. This section highlights the differences between IPv6 and IPv4 configuration and discusses IPv6-specific configuration.

Configuring Interfaces

For the interfaces on a router to support IPv6, you must configure them, specifying properties such as the interface location (that is, in which slot the FPC is installed and in which location on the FPC the PIC is installed), the interface type (such as SONET or ATM), encapsulation, interface-specific properties, and an IPv6 address. For IPv6, you must use IPv6 addresses and specify the inet6 family in the interface configuration. Also, IPv6 interfaces support autogeneration of link-local addresses. ...

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