BGP – Advertising IPv4 and IPv6 in a single BGP session!

First we’re going to be creating a eBGP session with IPv4 and then we will advertise routes for IPv6 Prefixes over that session. R2 is in AS 1. R3 is in AS 2. R2 has a L00pback interface with an IPv6 address of 2002:2::2/128 R3 has a L00pback interface with an IPv6 address of 2003:3::3/128 … Continue reading BGP – Advertising IPv4 and IPv6 in a single BGP session!