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>>>>> "Igor" == Igor V Alekseev <[email protected]> writes:

    Igor> interface? 'ipv6 nd supress-ra' command turnes off periodic
    Igor> unsolicited RA messages, but the device still answeres RS
    Igor> received on the interface. I am using the same LAN for
    Igor> several IPv6 submenets, so I need to disallow some RA's.

I think a suitably constructed access list and 'ipv6 traffic-filter
access-list-name in' on the interface should do for simply dropping
incoming RS packets. I don't think that IOS supports very flexible
IPv6 access lists yet, though so you may be limited to dropping all
anycast packets, which is less than ideal...


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