IPv6: routing on the local LAN
skywizard at MyBSD.org.my
Sat Dec 24 23:05:22 PST 2005
On Sat, 24 Dec 2005 21:22:20 -0500
"Dan Langille" <dan at langille.org> wrote:
> On 25 Dec 2005 at 2:59, Ariff Abdullah wrote:
> > On Sat, 24 Dec 2005 12:37:56 -0500
> > "Dan Langille" <dan at langille.org> wrote:
> > > Gidday folks,
> > >
> > > I have an IPv6 routing problem within my LAN behind the gateway.
> > >
> > > I have an IPv6 tunnel supplied by Hurricane Electric. The
> > > tunnel is
> > >
> > > setup and working. From my gateway I can access various IPv6
> > > websites (e.g http://www.kame.net). I have enabled rtadvd(8) on
> > > my gateway. For the netstat, ifconfig, etc, see .
> > >
> > > >From a computer inside my gateway, I cannot ping anything, not
> > > >even
> > > >
> > > the gateway. I suspect it's because the routing tables are not
> > > being set up on the gateway. I expected the system to do that
> > > automatically. I also expected fxp0 to get an IPv6 address out
> > > of this. Did I guess wrong? I suspect that if I can get fxp0
> > > on the gateway, all will be well. If not, I think Ineed to set
> > > up static routes.
> > Add a single 2001:470:1F00:1979::/64 address each for both fxp0/1.
> > You don't even need rtadv.conf :)
> > rc.conf:-
> > ipv6_ifconfig_fxp0="2001:470:1F00:1979::1/64"
> > ipv6_ifconfig_fxp1="2001:470:1F00:1979::2/64"
> I wanted to run rtadvd for the boxes inside the LAN. That ensure
> they get an address in the right range (AFAIK).
For this simple configuration, you don't even need rtadvd.conf. Adding
anyprefix/64 address to router interface and running rtadvd -D
router_interface will do the job.
> Now... I just have to find someone with services, such as cvsup,
> available only over IPv6.... But what I've been reading indicates
> that cvsup is not IPv6 aware.
AFAIK we're out of luck for now.
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