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Started by pbrutsch, November 19, 2008, 12:10:32 PM
Quote from: sttun on February 17, 2010, 03:00:26 PMhmm Two things cofuse me1: if I buy a new 877 today what size of ram/flash will i get (newegg says one ting ciscos upgrade guide says something else)2: will the ios on the box supoty ipv6 or will i need an exsta license to enable it,an if sp what does that cost)PS: I know I shold contact cisco support/sales but somehow I wold like an independent opinion so I don't get a sales pitch
Quote from: jimb on April 03, 2010, 12:21:40 AMHow many of these support IPv6 routing at the ASIC level?
QuoteHowever the PIXs only support it in firmware version 7 or later
QuoteHowever a PIX or ASA makes an excellent IPv6 firewall if placed behind an IPv6 router.
Quote IPv6 site to site VPNs require 8.3 code which may require a memory upgrade
Quote1. No DCHPv6 support on any kind. Client or server.2. You cannot control the config flags in prefix advertisement broadcasts sent from the device. (they are both hard set to "0")
Quote from: cholzhauer on September 09, 2010, 12:03:03 PMQuoteHowever the PIXs only support it in firmware version 7 or laterAre you sure on that? I had a couple of 515e's running an OS > 7.0 and they wouldn't pass IPv6 traffic.
Quote from: antillie on September 09, 2010, 11:54:00 AMI feel it is worth noting that Cisco's PIX and ASA series of firewalls also support IPv6. However the PIXs only support it in firmware version 7 or later. So the PIX 501, 506, and 506e are out of luck as they lack the amount of ram needed for code version 7 and they cannot be upgraded.