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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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Ipv6 bridged network not working on Debian 3.2.46-1

I am on Debian 3.2.46-1 running VMWare with a Windows 7 Pro guest. I'm trying to set up a bridged network through eth0 interface, and give the windows virtual machine a static, external IPv6 address. ...
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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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Make a linux network device a router

I am developing an IPv6 network device driver. It should behaviors like a router, i.e. send router advertisement regularly. But now my device is working like a node, send router solicitation. What ...
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3answers
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How to check a Fedora system if IPv6 is disabled or not?

I remember that some distribution installers asked in the past if IPv6 should be enabled or not. Perhaps the Fedora installer did (or does) it as well. How do I easily check a Fedora system (>= 17) ...
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Linux: Is there a IPv6 equivalent to the IPv4 kernel option accept_local?

Since linux kernel >= 2.6.33 the kernel option "accept_local" can be modified: /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/${interfaceID}/ accept_local - BOOLEAN Accept packets with local source addresses. ...
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Linux bridge blocks UDP packet from tap interfaces

Introduction: I'm working on a 6lowPAN projects of Wireless Sensor Networks. Basically, I have a set of nodes (Contiki OS) which are running on a linux host. Each nodes have its own tap interface ...
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1answer
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EUI64 and ipv6: how to use own EUI64 for IPv6 autoconfiguration

As I heard the extended unique identifier (EUI-64) can be used as the lower 64 bits of a IPV6 address. How can I set my own EUI64 = ( IEEE_company_ID + manufacture_ID) on the interface on Linux SUSE ...
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Route and “e” flag

k# route -6 Destination Next Hop Flag Met Ref Use If ::/0 fe80::8001 UGDAe 1024 0 0 eth0 [...] What does flag "e" mean?
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1answer
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arping equivalent for IPv6

What is an equivalent for IPv6 of arping -q -c 3 -A -I [device] [ip]? I know, there is not an arp in IPv6 and Neighbor solicitation used instead, but which linux user space tool can send such ...
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snmp/snmptrap support of ipv6

I have IPv6 only (not dual stack) system I wondering how to - send snmptrap from this system? - configure snmpd to be able to access it? I mean, is snmp is ready to use in IPv6 only environment?
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IP rule for IPv6

When I try to add an IP rule for IPv6 on my Linux system, it errors out: $ ip -6 rule add fwmark 0xfab lookup 0xf RTNETLINK answers: Address family not supported by protocol I checked out the IP ...
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General Linux support for IPv6 ready?

From an end user perspective, what needs to be, and have been done, by developers to support IPv6 in the Linux kernel and Linux distributions? In other words, when (and if) someday the worlds ...
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Inability to use IPv4-mapped IPv6 on debian squeeze

I have a squeeze box that I'm testing ipv6 on... eth3 is the interface... if I set up an 'normal' ipv6 address (::101:c0a8:3132/120), I see expected results in ifconfig... eth3 Link ...