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    Default IPv6 prefix lists

    Is anyone familiar with IPv6 prefix lists...i'm trying to lab a scenario in GNS3 and i've come across a disparity between context sensitive help and what I can actually put in the router

    The command i'm trying to enter (from the ROUTE FLG)

    ipv6 prefix-list PREFIX_103 permit 103::/64 any

    This is as far as I can get

    ipv6 prefix-list PREFIX_103 permit 103::/64

    context sensitive help doesn't show any of the commands past prefix list. been researching and this appears to be an 12.4T IOS bug. Cisco shows the following arguments for the prefix-list option:

    ipv6 prefix-list list-name [seq seq-number] {deny ipv6-prefix/prefix-length | permit ipv6-prefix/prefix-length | description text} [ge ge-value] [le le-value]


    Is the FLG just wrong? I checked the errata and it isn't listed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MississippiGuardsman View Post
    ipv6 prefix-list PREFIX_103 permit 103::/64 any

    This is as far as I can get

    ipv6 prefix-list PREFIX_103 permit 103::64
    You're missing the / there?

    I just tried it with 12.4.15T8 and it works fine.
    Code:
    Router(config)#ipv6 prefix-list PREFIX_103 permit 103::/64 ge 123
    Router(config)#
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    ipv6 prefix-list PREFIX_103 permit 103::/64 should work. you cant have "any" there, just <cr> or specify ge or le
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiersten View Post
    You're missing the / there?

    I just tried it with 12.4.15T8 and it works fine.
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    Router(config)#ipv6 prefix-list PREFIX_103 permit 103::/64 ge 123
    Router(config)#
    Yeah...I had in the command but fat fingered it when i re-typed it
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    Quote Originally Posted by srg View Post
    ipv6 prefix-list PREFIX_103 permit 103::/64 should work. you cant have "any" there, just <cr> or specify ge or le
    That's what i was trying to figure out...looks like the FLG has a typo. Thanks guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MississippiGuardsman View Post
    Yeah...I had in the command but fat fingered it when i re-typed it
    Sorry! Had to ask

    In that case then its what srg said and what you initially thought. Mistake in the FLG!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiersten View Post
    Sorry! Had to ask

    In that case then its what srg said and what you initially thought. Mistake in the FLG!
    Haha no worries...that's what I get for doing the lab on my laptop and posting the question on my desktop so that I can't cut and paste.
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