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IPv6 on Lightweight AP’s

Posted on 2014-12-11
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Cisco lightweight AP’s connect to a WLC but don’t get IPv6 address IPv4 works 100%.
When I plug a PCinto the port where AP is connecting to it gets an IPv6 address via DHCPv6.
Is there any setting on AP I need to enable to have dual stack support.
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AFAIK IPv6 is only supported for clients.
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My AP’s are AIR-CAP3702P-E-K9 and WLC is 7500 with code 8 they should support ipv6 as i also have an option for CAPWAP IPv6.
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Ah ok, that's different then. :-)

Where are you doing DHCP?
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