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TOPIC: Cisco Pix / ASA 5500 with IPv6

Cisco Pix / ASA 5500 with IPv6 5 years 6 months ago #36642

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Good evening. Has anyone out there configured a Cisco Pix or an ASA 5500 with IPv6??

I can't seem to get my unit to pass IPv6 packets. :(
interfaces are configured with IPv4 and IPv6 addresses
ipv6 routes are created.
IPv6 access-lists are created to permit icmp6, ip and tcp. Pretty much wide open. Nothing will pass the firewall. :shock:

any ideas?? :idea:

I would like see a samle config where there are at least 3 interfaces in use.

1. Inside
2. Outside
3. DMZ
4. DMZ2.

Something like this.

Thanks
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Cisco ASA 5 years 3 months ago #37057

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