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ADSL with IPv6

There are some obscure Cisco issues with bridging mode atm. Instead of
Ethernet,  you should enable IRB and use a BVI interface.
However, it appears that the command you might need (bridge x route
ipv6) is not implemented yet; I run 12.2(2)T.
When everything else has failed, open a TAC case¡K..
Config might look like this:
Ipv6 unicast-routing
Bridge irb
Inte f0/0
No ip add
Bridge-group 1
Inte atm5/0
Pvc xx/x
Bridge-group 1
Inte bvi 1
Ip add x.x.x.x x.x.x.x
Ipv6 add xx:xx::/xx
Bridge 1 protocol ieee
Bridge 1 route ipv6  <== this does not exist yet.
-----Original Message-----
From: Yann-Ju Chu [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2001 5:29 PM
To: 6Bone
Subject: ADSL with IPv6
    I am trying IPv6 over ADSL. I use fixed line (not dial-up), so PPPoE
or PPPoA is not neccessary. Besides, ATU-R is set to bridged mode. The
interface between host and ATU-R is ethernet.
host <---> ATU-R <---> DLAM <----> ATM switch <---> router
     Instinctively, I think it will work for both IPv4 and IPv6.
(Becasue it only deal with Ethernet layer) However, it does not. I debug
the condition and find that the problem MAY BE caused by router. Does
anyone ever try similar test? Because I use Cisco router (7206), does
any one know if Cisco support ATM bridge mode with IPv6?
Yann-Ju Chu