IPv6 configuration issues
jim at ohlste.in
Sun Dec 29 13:50:02 UTC 2013
On 12/29/13, 3:09 AM, Vladislav Prodan wrote:
>> I recently set up a new box with FreeBSD 10-RC2 amd64. The host (OVH)
>> provided a /64 of IPv6 addresses and gave me the following recommended
>> # IPv6 configuration
>> ifconfig_igb0_ipv6="inet6 2001:41d0:a:XXXX::1 prefixlen 64"
>> ipv6_route_ovhgw="2001:41d0:a:1cff:ff:ff:ff:ff -prefixlen 128 -interface
>> Taking the path of least resistance, I used these exact settings and
>> everything worked just fine. After setting up a bunch of things I came
>> back and decided to add some additional IPv6 addresses using
>> ifconfig_igb0_alias0="inet6 2001:41d0:a:XXXX::2 prefixlen 64"
> Try to put in the config /etc/rc.conf:
These did not work at all.
Even with removing all aliases, my IPv6 connectivity did not survive a
reboot without 'ipv6_enable="YES"' in my rc.conf.
Perhaps something to do with my host's network?
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