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awarded  Notable Question
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Jan
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accepted IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration route advertisements
Jan
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comment IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration route advertisements
This answer told me what I needed to know, that you can't advertise static routes via autoconfiguration. I ended up creating a transit VLAN between the Cisco router and the Linux firewall which solved the problem of needed to add static routes at all.
Dec
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comment IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration route advertisements
Great point. That's probably the real answer.
Dec
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awarded  Curious
Dec
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comment IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration route advertisements
So, that would make the Linux firewall the default gateway, but is there also a way to advertise the rest of the /48 towards the Cisco router? If not, I have the same problem - redirects.
Dec
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answered Test-Cluster Powershell cmdlet List vs Validate
Dec
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revised IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration route advertisements
changed IPv6 example subnets to RFC 3849 documentation range and clarified "example, not actual"
Dec
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revised IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration route advertisements
changed title to more accurately reflect question.
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asked IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration route advertisements
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Jun
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suggested rejected edit on Dell VRTX - slow cluster shared storage
Jun
18
comment Dell VRTX - slow cluster shared storage
I have been following your Dell thread, and this unfortunately is the answer. The process went fine, I did not need to delete the VD's, just downgrade / upgrade the CMC firmware. With the single SPERC8, write caching is enabled and performance is greatly improved.
Jun
18
accepted Dell VRTX - slow cluster shared storage
Jun
12
comment Dell VRTX - slow cluster shared storage
According to Dell Support, the dual fault-tolerant configuration does not support write caching. Only the single controller configuration supports caching. Disappointing, for sure. I am following @Erik and his Dell forum threads for workarounds / updates.