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I searched back through the archives but haven't stumbled on to anything regarding this topic, and now that World IPv6 Launch day is behind us, I'm curious if anyone has setup a v6 only SSID in a Cisco WLC environment. It seems like a good way for folks to dip their toe into IPv6 and the controllers seem to provide decent support in the latest code releases. I'm also wondering about using NAT-PT for this SSID. I suppose we could just dual-stack our existing SSID, and maybe that makes the most sense, but I'm not sure I want to take that leap yet. Anyone with some experience in either or both of these areas willing to share? Thanks, -dan -- Dan Brisson Network Engineer University of Vermont (Ph) 802.656.8111 dbrisson@uvm.edu ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

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And remember that if you're not on 7.2+ with RA-Guard turned on, you're clients are almost certainly dual-stack already thanks to a helpful windows box with internet sharing turned on. Might as well give those clients some high-quality native IPv6. We've also been serving up IPv6 on our main 802.1x SSID for a couple of years now without any major issues. Though I do sleep better at night with RA-Guard turned on. -Luke =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Luke Jenkins Network Engineer Weber State University