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Apr
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answered IPv4 broadcast routing in Linux
Feb
9
comment Flow of ipv4 over ipv6 tunnel
You are tunnelling IPv6 over IPv4
Feb
9
comment Flow of ipv4 over ipv6 tunnel
Then please show your config. IPv6 and IPSec have nothing to do with each other. Your IPv6 tunnel will be used when you use the IPv6 protocol, not when using IPv4 addresses.
Feb
5
comment Can I prevent a default route being added when bringing up an interface?
Glad I could help ☺
Feb
4
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Feb
4
comment Can I prevent a default route being added when bringing up an interface?
I was talking about the DHCP client on your linux box, not the DHCP server on your D-Link ☺
Feb
4
comment Can I prevent a default route being added when bringing up an interface?
It almost sounds like hard coded weirdness in the DHCP client. Which one are you using? As an alternative: it might be easier to just swap eth0 and eth1 ;)
Feb
4
comment Can I prevent a default route being added when bringing up an interface?
I'm not sure how linux chooses between identical routes. It is probably based on the metric. Can you show your routing table when you have multiple default routes?
Feb
4
answered Can I prevent a default route being added when bringing up an interface?
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
18
answered IPv6 Zone ID in /etc/hosts
Oct
22
answered Manually configure ipv6 address in 2 different subnets
Oct
6
answered Howto Configure IPv6 on a Debian based system?
Sep
18
comment Debian, Dibbler, IPv6 and Bridging Woes
What exactly do you expect to see? You ask for PD (which is for routing, not bridging) and you get it. If eth1 is up it is a potential interface to sub-delegate to, if it is down it isn't. All seems according to your configuration.
Sep
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Jun
10
answered Netcat (nc6) - Minimal IPv6 only TCP Server and Client
May
23
awarded  Yearling
May
23
answered IPv6 firewall rules seem to impede all connections
May
10
comment How can I allow applications to bind to any address in a subnet assigned to an interface?
You don't assign prefixes to interfaces, you assign addresses (from the prefix that belongs to that link) to interfaces. Out of curiosity: why do you want 4722366482869645213696 addresses on one interface?
Jan
6
answered Is it better to set rules in ip6tables or disable ipv6?