Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the latest version of the Internet Protocol (IP), the communications protocol that provides an identification and location system for computers on networks and routes traffic across the Internet.

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IPv6 connections timeout

Can anybody at least here help me troubleshoot? Need help with this ---> http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2258021 I'm having issues with IPv6 connections. Only with those. They timeout ...
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cacti snmp ipv6 snmp error

I configured cacti on centos6.4, only ipv6, when snmpwalk command to check a client, the output is normal, but add monitoring host (ipv6) on cacti, appear "snmp error" error, how can I do? Here is the ...
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IPv6 Zone ID in /etc/hosts

I'd like to setup a static hostname for an IPv6 address on local network. It seems, however, that /etc/hosts won't accept a zone ID - when I append a zone ID to an IPv6 address, it acts as if the host ...
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Get static ipv6 ip

I'm trying to get an IPv6 IP for my wireless interface. When getting an IPv4 I see this: wlan0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:15:00:bf:29:b2 inet addr:192.168.1.128 ...
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OpenVPN using IPv6 on VPS

I'm trying to create an IPv6 tunnel using OpenVPN on Debian Sid. IPv4 is working fine, but I can't get IPv6 to work. I can ping the server and other clients using IPv6, but I can't reach the internet ...
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How to add ipv6 default route

I have the following setup Linux 1 Linux 0 eth1 eth0-------------------eth0 14.14.14.80 19.19.19.20 19.19.19.10 2005::5/64 ...
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Why is ping6 using IPv4 socket?

I enabled IPv6 in a CentOS 7 server and everything is working as expected, except for ping6: it is showing 3-5 delays between requests (but the RTT is fine): $ ping6 www.google.com <...5 ...
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Reverse DNS with BIND and IPv6

So I'm trying to set up reverse DNS for an IPv6 address using BIND9, and I'm having a little trouble getting it to work. Assume I have 2001:41D0:2:D447::/64 assigned to my server and I want ...
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Manually configure ipv6 address in 2 different subnets

I have a following setup Linux1---------------Linux2------------------Linux3 (eth0) (eth1) (eth0) (eth0) I have this in a local network i.e the Ethernet cables are ...
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TCPDump To Capture A Tracepath6 Datagram

I'm trying to use TCPDump to capture an IPv6 datagram using: tcpdump -c 1 -i eth1 -vvvs0 ip6 and dst host H2.net2 & tracepath6 H2.net2 I'm running this script on H1.net1; R12.net1 is the ...
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Why does my tunneled IPv6 connectivity drop after a short period of time?

I correctly setup a Hurricane Electric tunnel on a CentOS 6.5 VPS server (KVM). I use CSF (ConfigServer Security & Firewall) which acts as a wrapper for iptables and ip6tables, the default ...
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What is the purpose of avahi on a RHEL 7 server?

Running a server machine with CentOS 7, I've noticed that the avahi service is running by default. I am kind of wondering what the purpose of it is. One thing it seems to do (in my environment) is ...
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Howto Configure IPv6 on a Debian based system?

I realize this is probably a pretty basic question, but I can't seem to find an answer that makes sense to me. I have experience configuring networks for IPv4, but IPv6 is a whole other beast. I'm ...
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Static IPv4 & IPv6 configuration on openwrt linux

The /etc/config/network file has the ipv6 and ipv4 entry for an eth0 interface. Executing ifconfig eth0 shows both ipv4 and ipv6 address of that interface as per configuration. Performing ifconfig ...
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Arch Linux sudden wifi disconnects and unable to reconnect

I have a problem with my wifi internet connection that is secured by WPA. I have moved to a new location. I had set up a working internect connection but lost the connection after about an hour and ...
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How to set static IPv6 IP address to embedded Linux board using ifconfig (busybox)?

We want to set static IPv6 IP to custom embedded Linux board. So far we could enable IPv6 in Linux kernel and Busybox. We could test that kernel is IPv6 ready. We tried to configure a static IP using ...
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Iptables and Ip6tables redirect traffic

I want to deny all the network traffic and just allow a few ports and redirect them through tor or the socket I have set in /etc/tor/torrc, where tor binds to. And I am currently setting up these ...
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Debian, Dibbler, IPv6 and Bridging Woes

I'm currently trying to setup my Dedibox LT as a virtualisation (KVM) server. I've elected to use Debian instead of Proxmox or ESXi for various reasons. Currently I'm having problems with getting ...
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nmap ipv6 os scan fails

When scanning a ubuntu machine with nmap using ipv6 address, nmap cannot determine the os type and only print the os fingerprint. Although when scanning the same host with ipv4 address it correctly ...
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Correct format to specify the ipv6 address in '/etc/hosts' file [duplicate]

I have configured a server with Gentoo 64 bits that it has IPv4 and IPv6 and they are working well. But I don't know how specify the IPv6 of the server in /etc/hosts file. With or without "/64" ...
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netstat — why are IPv4 daemons listening to ports listed only in -A inet6?

I have a computer with: Linux superhost 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.60-1+deb7u3 x86_64 GNU/Linux It runs Apache on port 80 on all interfaces, and it does not show up in netstat -planA inet, ...
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iproute command: ip -6 rule show nothing even with kernel option IPV6_MULTIPLE_TABLES=y

I want to enable my linux 3.2.4 to have ipv6 multi-routing table functionality. I enable IPV6_MULTIPLE_TABLES when make menuconfig and rebuild kernel.(Also with ip advanced routing and ip multi table) ...
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How to use shell to derive an IPv6 address from a MAC address?

We know that we can use the MAC address to create an interface identifier, e.g. for a link-local IPv6 address which should be unique in the Network. The image shows the way to do this: My ...
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Netcat (nc6) - Minimal IPv6 only TCP Server and Client

Im am trying to set up a basic IPv6 only echo-server using netcat (or rather nc6). Client and server are both in the same local network. However, the client quits immediately: IPv6-Server: $ nc6 ...
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IPv6 - how to force traffic destinated for same system but another interface to pass through the wireless network?

I want to perform some IPv6 stress testing (file transfer, flooding, Neighbor Discovery, etc) on wireless routers using a system which has two network interface cards. However, all traffic goes ...
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Routing public ipv6 traffic through openvpn tunnel

What I'm trying to do is to route IPv6 traffic through a vpn tunnel. That way, I should be able to use IPv6 in a network that doesn't support IPv6. I have a VPS which has an IPv6 block assigned. Part ...
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IPv6 firewall rules seem to impede all connections

After deciding that my small server needed a firewall, I used ferm to configure iptables and ip6tables for me (this question should be tagged ferm, but I cannot create the tag). I am using the same ...
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How to log incoming icmp traffic?

I am watching my ip6table and observing an icmp packet arriving and getting dropped at the rate of 1 per second. I am trying to find out what that message is about. I tried using tcpdump (it is ...
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How can I allow applications to bind to any address in a subnet assigned to an interface?

I recently got a static IPv6 /56 prefix of my own from Freenet6, and am trying to allow applications to bind arbitrary addresses in the prefix. I modified the tunnel creation script that gogoc uses in ...
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How can I make sure that eth1 get its fe80 IPv6 address immediately on startup, even if it's not physically connected?

I'm working on an embedded-x86 Linux device that runs Debian (Linux 3.8.13). This device has two Ethernet ports, eth0 and eth1. If I boot up this device with only eth0 connected to a switch, and ssh ...
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DD-WRT: dhcp6c not fetching new address for ppp0

I'm currently trying to configure my DD-WRT-based router to do IPv6. Now I'm at a point where it works fine - until the line is disconnected and reconnects (which happens at least every 24h... for a ...
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Why does SSH show protocol as tcp6 *and* tcp in netstat?

$ netstat -nat Active Internet connections (servers and established) Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:80 ...
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How do I create an IPv6 overlay network?

I would like to create host-only IPv6 networks on two hosts and then route between them. On each host, there will be a dummy interface, at ipv6_prefix::9. I would like to be able to ping that ...
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Define specific TTL for each interfaces

After some research, I was wondering if it was possible to define a TTL by interface as I can the Hop Limit definition in ipv6. To change the TTL in IPv4, I can change the file ...
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Kernel /proc ipv6 settings precedence

I'm about to connect our network to the IPv6 Internet and need to control the kernel ipv6 settings found under /proc. I know there are configurations for each interface, for all interfaces, and the ...
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Native IPv6 router on FreeBSD

I need your help to configure native IPv6 router on FreeBSD. Interfaces configured well, on both I can see two addresses (real and link local). I can ping ipv6.google.com and when do lynx ...
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How to set MSS manually for IPv6 in Linux?

Suppose I have a networking problem and try to debug it by setting the MSS manually to ex.: 1392. How can I achieve this permanently? I have a native IPv6 address. OS is Debian/CentOS
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Is it better to set rules in ip6tables or disable ipv6?

I have the following network configuration: # ifconfig -a eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:e0:1c:73:02:09 inet addr:10.1.4.41 Bcast:10.1.255.255 Mask:255.255.0.0 inet6 ...
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Force IPv6 only through Miredo

I have an Ubuntu PC with Miredo's implementation of the Teredo protocol. I want to temporarily make it so that I can access IPv6-only addresses with all IPv4 networking available solely for Miredo to ...
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putting extra hops into traceroute6 on OpenBSD

I'm running OpenBSD, or maybe FreeBSD. I don't have lots of IPv4 addresses to waste, but who doesn't have a few billion of IPv6 ones? How do I add some extra IPv6 hops to a traceroute6, around pf(4) ...
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Debian bridge doesn't accept IPv6 config

I'm currently trying to configure my bridge in Debian 7. I do have a working config for IPv4: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet manual auto br0 iface br0 inet static address xx.xx.xx.131 netmask ...
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Curl with ipv6 not working by default

I am trying to curl ipv6 addresses, but without success. If I try lets say: curl https://google.com I wait for a timeout and get network unreachable If I force ipv4, everything is fine. ...
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sysctl: /proc/sys/net/ipv[46]/conf/: what's the difference between “all”, “default” and “eth*”?

In sysctl, the /proc/sys/net/ipv[46]/conf/ keys have the following subkeys: all, default, and a key for each network interface. For example, on a machine with a single network interface eth0, it will ...
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Tacacs over IPv6

I have migrated my Redhat Enterprise linux server 5.5 to IPv6 . Now I want to run tacacs+ for IPv6. When testing from my client, it returns "unable to connect to server for IPv6 address", but for IPv4 ...
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Convert MAC address to Link-local address with bash

How can I convert a Mac address into an ipv6 Link-Local address? you have to add fe80:: at the start and insert ff:fe in the middle furthermore all leading zeros must be stripped
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How to delete inet6 Link address automatically?

There is an inet6 addr on the eth0 interface: eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:0c:29:d9:46:f5 inet6 addr: fe80::20c:29ff:fed9:46f5/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST RUNNING ...
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tproxy per user

I'm in the process of adding some parental control to my box (http filtering), but I'm something of a nOOb when it comes to network configuration :-( The box is used by the whole family (one account ...
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SSH login via IPv6 successfull while using IPv4 to the same host yields “Permission denied”

I'm currently stumped by a strange problem… I have a dual stack host to which I want to SSH. If I connect via IPv6 everything works like expected datenwolf@foo ~/ > ssh -6 bar.example.com ...
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How can I disable IPv6 in custom built embedded setup

I have an embedded system built using buildroot. I have had a number of network issues, one of which is that my machine cannot see its gateway despite it being on the same subnet. I have tried using ...
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“IPv6 support is disabled” warnings

I get the error while running a script which tries to send emails. send-mail: warning: inet_protocols: IPv6 support is disabled: Address family not supported by protocol send-mail: warning: ...