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Re: IPv6: IS-IS or OSPFv3
Well, OSPFv3 has enough differences from OSPFv2 to make switching to IS-IS a benefit to stop people making mistakes through expected operational similarity (if that makes sense).I do have some confusion about which one is better for IPv6 in Service
Also it means that once you're doing v6 everywhere you can dump OSPFv2 and only have one IGP for both v4 and v6. I personally think that'll save a lot of headaches down the line, not to mention that fact that IS-IS is, IMHO, a much nicer IGP to work with.