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Date:      Wed, 21 Feb 2007 11:32:16 -0800 (PST)
From:      Arone Silimantia <aronesimi@yahoo.com>
To:        "Björn" "König" <bjoern.koenig@alpha-tierchen.de>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: help needed setting up NATIVE ipv6 connection
Message-ID:  <445435.97624.qm@web58611.mail.re3.yahoo.com>
In-Reply-To: <45DC2CD0.9030404@alpha-tierchen.de>

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Bjorn,

Björn König <bjoern.koenig@alpha-tierchen.de> wrote:>> ifconfig_fxp4="inet "
>> ifconfig_fxp4_alias0="inet "
>> 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 ?

Sorry, I forgot that.

ipv6_defaultrouter="1234:1234:1234::1"


Thank you so much - this all worked perfectly.

So now I have rebooted, I have a ipv6 address and default route in place.  I assume I just need to put an ipv6 line into /etc/resolv.conf so that ipv6 name lookups will work, and then I am done ?

At this point can people make ssh connections to my server ?  Or is there more to it than simply defining an IP and a gateway ?

Thanks.


 
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