Configure IPv6 BGP peering over an IPv4 SD-WAN tunnel in a dual stack
Beginning with PAN-OS 11.0.2 and SD-WAN plugin 3.1.1, the legacy routing engine
supports SD-WAN in a dual stack environment using IPv6 BGP loopback addresses for
BGP peering. Thus, you can establish IPv6 connectivity by having the IPv6 traffic
coming from the client to the branch then go over an IPv4 SD-WAN tunnel to reach the
server via the hub.
This topic assumes you are familiar with how to configure SD-WAN and add an SD-WAN device.
Configure basic IPv6 connectivity when your client connection to the SD-WAN branch
and the server connection to the SD-WAN hub use IPv6, while your SD-WAN tunnel from
the branch to the hub uses IPv4.