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Ticket 15 – IPv6 GRE Tunnel

April 22nd, 2018 in TSHOOT v2 Go to comments

Problem: Loopback address on R1 (2026::111:1) is not able to ping the loopback address on DSW2 (2026::102:1).

Configuration of R3:
!
interface Tunnel34
 no ip address
 ipv6 address 2026::34:1/122
 ipv6 enable
 ipv6 ospf 6 area 34
 tunnel source Serial0/0/0.34
 tunnel destination 10.1.1.10
 tunnel mode ipv6
!

Configuration of R4:
interface Tunnel34
 no ip address
 ipv6 address 2026::34:2/122
 ipv6 enable
 ipv6 ospf 6 area 34
 tunnel source Serial0/0/0
 tunnel destination 10.1.1.9
!

Answer:
Ans1) R3
Ans2) Ipv4 and Ipv6 Interoperability
Ans3) Under the interface Tunnel34, remove ‘tunnel mode ipv6’ command

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  1. Mark
    March 16th, 2015

    On R4 Tunnel34

    Shouldn’t it be:

    tunnel source Serial0/0/0.34 <—- (missing .34 in above command?)

    Just like the Tunnel34 setup on R3 above!?

  2. Mark
    March 16th, 2015

    Above Post was for Network Tut Admin!

  3. networktut
    March 17th, 2015

    @Mark: The IPv4 Layer 3 Topology has a mistake when showing R4 connects to R3 via S0/0/0.34. In fact R4 is using S0/0/0 main interface (while R3 uses S0/0/0.34 interface).
    Same for R1-R2 connection.

  4. Mark
    March 17th, 2015

    @Network.tut:
    Ohh, sorry by interrupting on that, although the I/F labeling apears a little unlogical within the specific Topology / Ticket :)

  5. me
    March 17th, 2015

    seems simple now….

    THIS was a clear example of how dumps can hurt you more then help you:

    I expected R2 OSPF issue when I saw Ipv6…..spent the next 10 minutes TURNED around looking for an issue between DSw1 and R4 (yes, I know that is DUH!)

    Finally stopped my spinning gear and re-started troubleshooting for REAL and it took me 1 min to figure out that the issue was between R3 and R4 : but by this point my head was so unclear that I kept trying to find the option on R4 to turn Tunnel Mode IPv6 ON on r4….DOH!

  6. MK
    March 17th, 2015

    “Ipv4 and Ipv6 Interoperability (not sure)” if this is the actual answer?

    kindly anyone confirm, thanks!

  7. Anonymous
    March 17th, 2015

    I cannot see the topology diagram neither the questions for this ticket. Where can i find it?

  8. networktut
    March 17th, 2015

    @Anonymous: You can find all the (common) diagram for TSHOOT exam at https://www.networktut.com/tshoot-share-your-experience
    For the question, it only says that “Loopback address on R1 (2026::111:1) is not able to ping the loopback address on DSW2 (2026::102:1).” Find out the problem.

  9. me
    March 18th, 2015

    Answer:
    Ans1) R3
    Ans2) Ipv4 and Ipv6 Interoperability (not sure) -> YES, we are sure…this is where that is
    Ans3) Under the interface Tunnel34, remove ‘tunnel mode ipv6ip’ command

  10. Rods
    March 18th, 2015

    Shouldn´t we place the command “tunnel mode ipv6ip” under R4 instead of remove it from R3?!
    That mode indicates that IPv6 with travel through IPv4 tunnel isnt it?

  11. networktut
    March 19th, 2015

    @me: Thanks for your information. We are now sure about Ans2.

  12. Mark
    March 26th, 2015

    @Rods:
    At exam you’ll need to remove “tunnel mode ipv6ip” under R3 instead of adding it on R4 – This way you’re running a std. GRE Tunnel between the devices, on which you can throw also IPv6 based traffic, as needed within the relevant exam ticket lab.
    However within indeed the PT IPv6 Tunnel Training Lab, you’ll need to place the command “tunnel mode ipv6ip” under R4 instead of removing it from R3, simply because PT 6.1 cannot transfer indeed IPv6 based traffic through a std. GRE Tunnel, as requried – (it’s due to a tech limitation within the current PT 6.1 Simulator).
    So please don’t get confused about this minor issue.
    Hope this helps!?

  13. MAZ
    March 31st, 2015

    please , can help me !!
    any configurations need to be add in the exam or just multiple choices !!!!!

  14. MAZ
    March 31st, 2015

    please , any body can help me !!
    if any configurations need to be add or change in the exam,, or just multiple choices !!!!!
    please i have exam next Saturday ,,,

  15. FACRUZ
    April 1st, 2015

    I do not understand why remove ‘tunnel mode ipv6ip’ in R3
    if the tunnel 34 is running over (interface Serial0/0/0.34 point-to-point)
    and this use ipv4. and I think we should add, not remove.
    What do you think ??

    interface Tunnel34
    ipv6 address 2026::34:1/122
    ipv6 ospf 6 area 34
    tunnel source Loopback3
    tunnel destination 4.4.4.4
    !
    interface Serial0/0/0.34 point-to-point
    description Link to R4 s0/0/0.34
    ip address 10.1.1.9 255.255.255.252
    frame-relay interface-dlci 343
    !

  16. Mark
    April 2nd, 2015

    Yes FACRUZ – But the problem relies on the fact, that the provided PT 6.1 TSHOOT Tunnel Config can only transport IPv6 based traffic by help of: “tunnel mode ipv6ip” in R3 and R4 –

    However at exam and on IRL Cisco Networks, you can Transport IPv6 based traffic by help of ALSO a std “GRE tunnel”!

    Then if you simply remove the “tunnel mode ipv6ip” in R3, the tunnel will now revert to the standard “GRE” mode, and you’ll thus be able to transport the needed IPv6 Traffic over the R3/R4 GRE Tunnel!

    Hope this helps!?

  17. FACRUZ
    April 2nd, 2015

    @Mark thanks for you answer.

  18. sza
    April 9th, 2015

    actually;
    Configuration of R3:
    !
    interface Tunnel34

    tunnel mode ipv6 % it isn’t “tunnel mode ipv6ip”
    !

    Ans1) R3
    Ans2) Ipv4 and Ipv6 Interoperability
    Ans3) Under the interface Tunnel34, remove ‘tunnel mode ipv6’ command

  19. Mike
    April 9th, 2015

    sza:
    @exam = Yes, but the PT labs here, seems to be based on tunnel mode “ipv6ip” since the “ipv6” tunnel mode & removal ain’t supported within the current PT simulator.
    BTW, has anybody here got an URL on the Internet, for a CLEAR description on also the Cisco tunnel mode “ipv6” (regarding how to configure and use also this IPv6 tunnel type)!?
    ALL available descriptions on the Internet, mostly deals with indeed the tunnel mode “ipv6ip”, and thus it could be interesting to read a bit more about also the “ipv6” tunnel mode – (don’t think it’s described within the official CCNP “Route” Study Guide, alongside the OTHER Cisco tunneltypes !?)
    Thank you in advance!

  20. tutt
    April 20th, 2015

    correct answer???

    ipv6 or ipv6ip????

  21. Its About to go down
    April 23rd, 2015

    Can anyone tell me if Galvin 56 question still valid

  22. John
    April 24th, 2015

    correct answer???
    ipv6 or ipv6ip????

    which is correct??

  23. NB
    April 26th, 2015

    Tomorrow I am going to appear in TSHOOT exam. Not very confident but enough prepared to give it a try. Hope that I will get good tickets along with other MCQs/D&D Ques…. Will share my experience here with you guys tomorrow.Cheers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  24. KKK
    April 26th, 2015

    @NB I will take TSHOOT exam tomorrow too! In Moscow 8))

  25. Al
    May 1st, 2015

    @all:

    WHO on this site is able to describe and explain the difference between Cisco Tunnel Mode: “IPv6” versus “IPv6IP”???

    (e.g: How do they operate differently, and in what situations should each of the two modes be used)???

    Thx in advance!

  26. Al
    May 1st, 2015

    Route Professor, are you still here???

  27. peter
    May 5th, 2015

    in each ticket we have 3 questions right?
    can we do for example question 2 before question 1 , or for example question 3 before question 1 or question 2?

  28. Ali imran
    May 7th, 2015

    yeh @ peter

  29. Susanne
    May 8th, 2015

    The encapsulation mode for the tunnel interface defaults to generic route encapsulation (GRE), so this command “tunnel mode ipv6” is considered optional (not needed). However, if you want a mode other than GRE, then you need to configure it.
    The command “tunnel mode ipv6ip” is used when configuring IPv6 as passanger protocol and ipv4 as transport protocol, however the command “tunnel mode ipv6” is used when the tunnel is created over an ipv6 transport network – see doc. http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/ios-xml/ios/interface/configuration/xe-3s/ir-xe-3s-book.pdf

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