Tag Archives: IPv6

Using Cisco’s EEM for path selection in IPv6 networks

In a previous blog I configured and HSRP pair using an entirely IPv6-oriented topology. I demonstrated the lightning quick failover that can be achieved with carefully crafted timers. However, a careful reader might have noticed that I didn’t consider the path BACK to my source of origin in my topology. So let’s address that today. … Continue reading Using Cisco’s EEM for path selection in IPv6 networks

How to enable IPv6 addresses on your Windows box using netsh

Since something related to networking is my usual topic of choice, with a magnifying glass on Cisco-specific targets, it may seem odd to see the word ‘Windows’ in my title. However, since its progress is inexorable and its arrival is unstoppable, it pays to get more familiar with IPv6 and how to configure it. In this blog … Continue reading How to enable IPv6 addresses on your Windows box using netsh

Can I get IPv6 in my home?

32 bits, 64 bits, 128 bits, a dollar, all for IPv6, stand up and holler. Sounds like a snooty football chant, doesn’t it? Yet the cadence is off. Parts of it are way too long. But enough about the down side of IPv6 addresses. Let’s look at the up side. Its approach is inexorable. To … Continue reading Can I get IPv6 in my home?