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Date:      Tue, 20 Feb 2007 09:57:22 -0800 (PST)
From:      Arone Silimantia <aronesimi@yahoo.com>
To:        "Björn" "König" <bjoern.koenig@alpha-tierchen.de>, Joe Holden <joe@joeholden.co.uk>
Cc:        Arone Silimantia <aronesimi@yahoo.com>, freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: help needed setting up NATIVE ipv6 connection
Message-ID:  <835050.27758.qm@web58615.mail.re3.yahoo.com>
In-Reply-To: <45DAF284.1010705@alpha-tierchen.de>

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--- Björn König <bjoern.koenig@alpha-tierchen.de>
wrote:

> Add the following line in /etc/rc.conf
> 
> ipv6_enable="YES"
> 
> This is enough to let FreeBSD configure the
> interface with IPv6 
> automatically using router solicitation.


Hmmm...that sounds very nice - just adding that one
line and _nothing else_.  This system is a server
though, so how will that router know to give me the
same IP every time ?


> >> - if not, assuming I just want to assign a single
> ipv6 address to 
> >> myself (let's say, ::2, since ::1 is the gateway)
> what is the ifconfig 
> >> syntax to add that one ipv6 address to my NIC
> (em0) as an alias that 
> >> will not interfere with the ipv4 address that is
> already there ?
> 
> ifconfig_fxp4="inet <ipv4>"
> ifconfig_fxp4_alias0="inet <ipv4>"
> ifconfig_fxp4_alias1="inet6 1234:1234:1234::2/64"
> ifconfig_fxp4_alias2="inet6 1234:1234:1234::3/64"


Ok, yes, I think I would like to do it manually like
this.  I notice you do not have a ipv6 default route
statement there - is it not needed ?

Do I need to tell my provider that I am taking the /48
they gave me and using it with a /64 like that, or can
I just stick in the /64 and it will work fine ?

I assume that if I just want to keep things simple I
can just put /48 in place of your /64, right ?

Thanks a lot.


 
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