Configures an IPv6 address/prefix on a tunnel.
|tunnel_name||Specifies an IPv6 tunnel.|
|ipv6-link-local||Specifies the link-local address for a tunnel.|
|eui64||Specifies an EUI64 interface identifier for the lower 64 bits of the address.|
|ipv6_address_mask||Specifies an IPv6 address / IPv6 prefix length.|
This command will configure an IPv6 address/prefix route on the specified tunnel.
6to4 tunnels must follow the standard address requirement. The address must be of the form 2002:IPv4_source_endpoint::/16, where IPv4_source_endpoint is replaced by the IPv4 source address of the endpoint, in hexadecimal, colon separated form. For example, for a tunnel endpoint located at IPv4 address 10.20.30.40, the tunnel address would be 2002:a14:1e28::/16. In hex, 10 is a, 20 is 14, 30 is 1e and 40 is 28.
6in4 tunnels have no restrictions on their address format or prefix allocations.
NoteThis command does not work for GRE tunnels. The following error message is displayed:
Error: IPv6 addresses can not be configured on GRE type tunnels!
The following example configures the 6in4 tunnel "link39" with the IPv6 link-local address:
configure tunnel link39 ipaddress ipv6-link-local
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.2.
This command is available on the platforms listed for the IPv6 interworking feature in the Switch Engine 32.2 Feature License Requirements document..