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Date:      Fri, 20 May 2016 10:18:42 +0200
From:      Mark Tinka <mark.tinka@seacom.mu>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: tinc and IPv6 routing, or: how to set up a local IPv6
Message-ID:  <259f3563-b943-b75f-5d4b-92d3d39aa0ca@seacom.mu>
In-Reply-To: <20160520072052.GB59066@box-fra-01.niklaas.eu>
References:  <20160519124446.GB2444@box-fra-01.niklaas.eu> <04e2cb6c-f8c3-7d30-dd53-ca18870c4598@seacom.mu> <20160520065857.GA59066@box-fra-01.niklaas.eu> <545832b8-d7df-9858-82c4-dfe9cc4c7023@seacom.mu> <20160520072052.GB59066@box-fra-01.niklaas.eu>

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On 20/May/16 09:20, Niklaas Baudet von Gersdorff wrote:

> Yes, they have. But that's not the one I want to use for the VPN. I would
> like to use ULAs. So I went to http://unique-local-ipv6.com/ and generated
> some randomly: fd16:dcc0:f4cc::/48 So, while both machines use the
> assigned addresses to communicate with the public internet, the ULA space
> I would like to use for the machines to communicate within the VPN. Does
> that make sense?

Well, that is what ULA's are for, but to be honest, I use GUA's for both
my public and private networks.

I know ULA's mimics RFC 1918, but I don't believe in NAT66, so I've
never tried ULA's.

I think your issue might somewhat be influenced by the use of ULA's.

Mark.



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