Department of Defense
High Performance Computing Modernization Program

The following documents explain the steps involved in enabling IPv6 on Juniper routers, and establishing the IPv6 Access Control Lists (ACLs) to comply with DoD Ports, Protocols, and Services (PPS) policy. You must be running JunOS 5.1 or higher.

IPv6 on Juniper routers describes the basic steps in enabling IPv6 on specified interfaces of a Juniper router. This document describes some additional options when enabling IPv6 on a Juniper router.

ACLs on Juniper routers describes the basic steps in establishing IPv6 ACLs on a Juniper router.

These Day One: Exploring IPv6 and Day One: Advanced IPv6 Configuration papers from Juniper Networks provide more comprehensive configuration information for routers and firewalls.

A complete reference with numerous examples and detailed explanation of the configuration options for J-, M-, and T-series routers is available on the Juniper web site. Another detailed reference with an emphasis on security configurations in Juniper JUNOS is available in a different part of the Juniper web site. (For example, see the section on Flow-Based and Packet-Based Processing). Juniper maintains a searchable Knowledge Base specific to configuration and deployment of its equipment. Configuration information for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol version 6 (DHCPv6) may be found here.


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