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From: Mattias Lindgren (mlindgrenrunelind.net)
Date: Tue May 14 2013 - 15:28:16 CDT
I'm using a OpenBSD 5.3 (release) machine as my router connecting to Comcast. Comcast provides native IPv6 access, however it does so a little bit differently than what is probably best practice. I use wide-dhcpv6-20080615p2 from ports to get an address on my outside interface, as well as a prefix which gets assigned to my inside interface. However, the default route is announced via Route Advertisements. However since I would also like for my router to forward IPv6 packets, I'm not sure of how to make it work. Rtsol states that net.inet6.ip6.forwarding=0. I've tried running rtsol with forwarding set to 1, but it complains and does not grab a default route. The other option would be to manually set the v6 default route, but I'd prefer to not have to do that. Does anyone know of a workaround for this issue?