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VRRP For IOS-XR ( ASR 9010) in IPV6

HI,

 

I

 

I am trying to configure " address Global" as Virtual IPv6 but getting error ' no primary vrrp ip address exists for this vrid " in Cisco ASR 9010 ( Ver 6.6.3)

 

so ,I have added address link local auto-config and then address global, but not able to see address global as primary virtual IP,it shows as secondary, How to get address global as primary virtual IP

 

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VIP Mentor

This may be old post but end this works, so try if that works for you.

 

https://puck.nether.net/pipermail/cisco-nsp/2013-November/093492.html

 



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Hi,

 

I have used in the same way a mentioned in the link shared by you ,

 

>>> When I execute  " sh  vrrp bri "  -- I see ink local IP

>>>> when I execute " sh  vrrp  int < interf-name> --- " it is mentioned link local as primary and  global as secondary"

 

I want address global as primary, How can I achieve that

 

Regards

Bibek

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VIP Expert

Hello,

 

what does your configuration look like, something like below ?

 

interface GigabitEthernet 0/0/0/3
ipv6 address 30::1/64
!
router vrrp
interface GigabitEthernet 0/0/0/3
delay minimum 2 reload 10
address-family ipv6 vrrp 10
adress linklocal autoconfig
accept-mode disable
priority 254
preempt delay 15
timer 4
commit

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Hello Georg Pauwen

 

Yes, I have added " address global  XX XX XX XX XXXX "  which is secondary IP, But I dot know how to make  address global as primary instead of  adress linklocal.

 

Also can someone explain me what is the use of "accept-mode disable"

 

 

Rds

Bibek

 

bibek_deo_0-1610301858245.jpeg

 

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When you get a chance - please share the full configuration.

 



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Hello,

 

hello, below is the explanation. Based on this, try and use the 'no accept-mode disable' and see what effect this has on the link local address:

 

To disable the installation of routes for the Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) virtual addresses,
use the accept-mode command in the VRRP virtual router submode. To enable the installation of routes for
the VRRP virtual addresses, use the no form of this command.
accept-mode disable
no accept-mode disable

 

In addition, try and manually set the link local address:

 

router vrrp
interface GigabitEthernet 0/0/0/3
delay minimum 2 reload 10
address-family ipv6 vrrp 10
-> no adress linklocal autoconfig

--> ipv6 address ipv6-address/prefix-length link-local
accept-mode disable
priority 254
preempt delay 15
timer 4
commit

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