Hi All In my earlier post on VRRP https://networkzblogger.com/2017/04/15/vrrpv6-and-tracking-in-junos/ we looked at VRRPv6 and how VRRP tracking is working on receiving the Ipv6 default route. As that blog was mainly focusing on VRRP, so didn’t explained anything on Ebgp relationship over Ipv6 and IPV6 default route however in this post I will be mainly focusing …

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In this blog, we will look at VRRP (Virtual Redundancy Routing Protocol) and specifically VRRPv6 which as you must have guessed works for IPv6 Protocol. VRRP is standardized version of redundancy protocol in comparison to Cisco proprietary HSRP both of which provides redundant Default Gateway address for EU clients or devices. The VRRP routers share the …

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We know that OSPFv2 is Link state routing protocol developed by IETF as a robust IP routing protocol suitable for large networks and to carry Ipv4 addresses. OSPF was first documented as a standard by John Moy in RFC 1131 and further Improvements were made in OSPF version 2. OSPF was then extensively modified by …

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