Does Cisco ASA 5510 support IPv6 /56 6rd delegated prefix from CenturyLink?
I have CenturyLink, which uses a 6rd IPv6 deployment where they hand out an IPv6 delegated prefix /56 block to me.
I'd like to break this /56 into multiple /64 blocks, and assign these to each of the ASA routed VLAN IPs, and advertise these in neighbor advertisements so that IPv6 clients on each VLAN can pick up the prefix and add their EUI-64 to the back of the IPv6 address to get their global unicast address.
Does the Cisco ASA 5510 support IPv6 6rd and the topology described above? I am running Cisco ASA 5510 release 9.1.7(32).
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