IPv6 NDP, static subnet entries
therion at ninth-art.de
Fri Jul 19 09:32:39 UTC 2013
Well I've got the subnet 2001:41d0:2:83a5::/64 and would like to route a
portion of this - let's say 2001:41d0:2:83a5:100::/124 via an gif
The ISP is OVH, I heard it's known for broken setups like bridging.
What kind of other information would you need?
Am Freitag, den 19.07.2013, 11:13 +0900 schrieb Hiroki Sato:
> Georg Bege <therion at ninth-art.de> wrote
> in <1374064573.525.2.camel at atwork>:
> th> Hello FreeBSD users
> th> Im in need of proxying an NDP entry,
> th> due my bad provider using IPv6 bridging.
> th> My entire subnet is not routed correctly, however I managed to get it
> th> working with ndp -s <IPv6> <local ether> proxy - sadly this doesnt work
> th> for an whole subnet but for a single IP.
> th> I need exacly this for an whole subnet, is it possible?
> More specifics about your network and what ISP provided are needed to
> answer to this...
> -- Hiroki
Georg Bege <therion at ninth-art.de>
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