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IPv6 vlan not passing traffic

We are turning up our campus IPv6 and have run into a problem.  We have radius assigning a few of us to a specific vlan which has IPv6 configuration on it and works via wired ports.


  IPv4 works just fine, but no IPv6 traffic is being passed.  We obtain globally routeable IPv6 ips but can't ping the link-local gateway nor anything past it.


  I get the feeling we missed a step somewhere along the way, but can't seem to find the accidentally skipped step.



Frequent Contributor II

Re: IPv6 vlan not passing traffic

Did you enable IPv6 in the firewall settings? Do you see any IPv6 addresses in "show user-table"?

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Re: IPv6 vlan not passing traffic

As it turns out, we needed to add our IPv6 range to a netdestination6 entry to add that to our ip access-list entry containing our IPv4 range. Then we added the v6-allowall access-list to the authenticated and open_role roles and it works as it should!

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