ipv6_ifconfig_<interface>_alias<n> not working
spil.oss at gmail.com
Fri May 14 10:30:29 UTC 2010
Thanks for the hints Matthew!
Cleaning up my config I found the culprit..... Copied
from some guide which off course defeated all my efforts to configure
ipv6 on the other interfaces.
The ipv6_addrs_<interface> knob doesn't seem to work (this is 8.0-p2),
can't find any references to it in the subr files either. Saw that
there's quite a bit of changes in -head though....
On Fri, May 14, 2010 at 11:40 AM, Matthew Seaman
<m.seaman at infracaninophile.co.uk> wrote:
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> On 14/05/2010 10:07:23, Spil Oss wrote:
>> I'm trying to set ipv6 aliases for my jails in my rc.conf but it
>> doesn't seem to work as advertised. I have a /48 range assigned to me
>> (for this example 2001:dead:beef) and am trying to assign ipv6
>> addresses to a jail. The jails will all have ipv6 addresses in the
>> 2001:dead:beef:1 range.
>>>From man rc.conf "Aliases should be set as ipv6_ifconfig_<interface>_alias<n>"
>> My bge0 config in /etc/rc.conf:
>> ipv4_addrs_bge0="10.10.2.1/24 10.10.2.2/24 10.10.2.3/24 10.10.2.5/24
>> rtadvd_interfaces="wlan0 bge0"
>> Additional ipv6 config in /etc/rc.conf
>> The "2001:dead:beef:1::5/64" address is not assigned to bge0.
>> There must be some stupid mistake I'm making in my config. Is it
>> perhaps the ifconfig_bge0 line that screws up my config?
> Hmmm... for consistencies' sake you should probably be using:
> or, to make things absolutely parallel to your IPv4 settings:
> ipv6_addrs_bge0="2001:dead:beef:2222::1/64 2001:dead:beef:1::5/64"
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