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From: Paul de Weerd (weerdweirdnet.nl)
Date: Sun Sep 05 2010 - 14:23:42 CDT
On Sun, Sep 05, 2010 at 02:14:20PM -0400, Simon Comeau Martel wrote:
| 2010/9/5 Martin Pelikan <martin.pelikangmail.com>
| > I can't think of a reason why two ISP's can't configure their routers'
| > IPs manually. IMO autoconf is for end-users only.
| I am an end-user; not an ISP. I need autoconf to find what's my IPv6 default
| gateway. And I need to have a router on my LAN telling my devices how to
| configure themselves. Or am I missing something? Is the only "clean"
| solution to statically configure my default route on my OpenBSD router? I
| can't really do that; since my ISP assume I would be using autoconf to find
| it, it could change at any time...
| Just to make sure things are clear, I have bean given by my ISP a /64 for my
| router interface, and a /56 for my LAN.
You received a /64 for your router interface ? Or are you in a /64
subnet with other customers ? The setup sounds weird to me. To what
address is your ISP forwarding that /56 ?
| Would I need to configure two OpenBSD boxes? One establishing the PPPOE
| connection to my ISP with autoconf, and the other one with rtadvd running.
| (With static routes between the two OpenBSD boxes). That would be somewhat
That would still require forwarding on the machine doing autoconf...
Paul 'WEiRD' de Weerd