Configure an IP address for each interface, and make sure all nodes are reachable to one another.
Follow these steps to configure the basic RIPng functions:
Enter system view
Create a RIPng process and
enter RIPng view
Return to system view
Enter interface view
Enable RIPng on the interface
If RIPng is not enabled on an interface, the interface will not send or receive any RIPng route.
Configuring RIPng Route Control
This section covers the following topics:
Configuring RIPng Route Summarization
Advertising a Default Route
Configuring a RIPng Route Filtering Policy
Configuring a Priority for RIPng
Configuring RIPng Route Redistribution
Before the configuration, accomplish the following tasks first:
Configure an IPv6 address on each interface, and make sure all nodes are reachable to one
Configure RIPng basic functions
Define an IPv6 ACL before using it for route filtering. Refer to ACL Configuration in the Security
Volume for related information.
Define an IPv6 address prefix list before using it for route filtering. Refer to Routing Policy
Configuration in the IP Routing Volume for related information.
Configuring an Additional Routing Metric
An additional routing metric can be added to the metric of an inbound or outbound RIP route, namely,
the inbound and outbound additional metric.
The outbound additional metric is added to the metric of a sent route. The route's metric in the routing
table is not changed.
Use the command...
ripng [ process-id ]
ripng process-id enable
Not created by default
Disabled by default