IPV6 Prefix attributes issue with AAA

Created Nov 16, 2018 10:17:11Latest reply Nov 26, 2018 21:01:48 1236 8 4 1
The user wants to see the IPV6 address in the AAA accounting packet. The following are two different situations. The addresses seen are as follows:

Scenario 1

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Our device manages the modem, so it is considered that Area 1 is a user, so our device assigns the IPV6 address and prefix to the modem wan port,  the address of the following device is allocated by the modem. Therefore, the ipv6 address of the WAN port can only be seen in the AAA accounting packet. Cannot view device IPV6 address in accounting packet

 

You can view it by debug radius , trace mac address


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If our device is connected to the modem, it is transparent transmission, and directly connected to a device, you can view the IPV6 address in the following way.

You can view it by debug radius , trace mac address

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Torrent     Created Nov 16, 2018 10:18:10 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

f our device is connected to the modem, it is transparent transmission, and directly connected to a device, you can view the IPV6 address in the following way.

You can view it by debug radius , trace mac address

so how to debug radius and trace mac?
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yjhd     Created Nov 16, 2018 10:18:47 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

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Our device manages the modem, so it is considered that Area 1 is a user, so our device assigns the IPV6 address and prefix to the modem wan port, the address of the following device is allocated by the modem. Therefore, the ipv6 address of the WAN port can only be seen in the AAA accounting packet. Cannot view device IPV6 address in accounting packet
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No.9527  Mentor   Created Nov 16, 2018 10:49:54 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

A NAT64 Carrier Grade NAT (CGN) device pre-allocates an IPv4 address and a port range to an IPv6 address when mapping the IPv6 address to the IPv4 address. The IPv4 address and ports in the port range are used in the NAT64 mapping of the IPv6 address.
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lizhi94     Created Nov 16, 2018 11:31:04 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

the debug radius , trace mac address command is very useful,The user wants to see the IPV6 address in the AAA accounting packet. The following are two different situations.The user wants to see the IPV6 address in the AAA accounting packet. The following are two different situations.the user cannot see the accounting traffic
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mark12121     Created Nov 21, 2018 00:35:40 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The given two scenarios show that how the IPV6 prefix attributes issue with the AAA and how the things implemented and how we can connect the networks to the system. The thing is that if the system is updated, then the network connection can be established and for that https://oniton.com/blog/windows-modules-installer-worker-windows-10/ will provide the updates.
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yjhd     Created Nov 23, 2018 11:11:52 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

cleared one issue
Our device manages the modem, so it is considered that Area 1 is a user, so our device assigns the IPV6 address and prefix to the modem wan port, the address of the following device is allocated by the modem. Therefore, the ipv6 address of the WAN port can only be seen in the AAA accounting packet. Cannot view device IPV6 address in accounting packet
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GongXiaochuan  Adept   Created Nov 24, 2018 13:50:34 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

give me some idea
If our device is connected to the modem, it is transparent transmission, and directly connected to a device, you can view the IPV6 address in the following way.You can view it by debug radius , trace mac address
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littlestone     Created Nov 26, 2018 21:01:48 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

IP addresses are divided into network bits and host bits. IPv6 has 128 bits in total. "/32" means that network bits occupy 32 bits and the remaining host bits. This is designated manually when the address is allocated manually. Generally, the automatic allocation is / 64.
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