[radvd-devel-l] default route problems

Peter Löfkvist radvd-devel-l@litech.org
Fri, 11 Oct 2002 10:14:02 +0200 (CEST)

No problem :-)

Snipped from man radvd.conf

AdvRouterAddr on|off

              	When set, indicates that the address of interface is sent
		instead of network prefix, as is
              	required  by  Mobile IPv6.  When set, minimum limits
		specified by Mobile IPv6 are used for
              	MinRtrAdvInterval and MaxRtrAdvInterval.

              Default: off

That way I specified the whole address. It not wrong is it?


On Fri, 11 Oct 2002, Scott Prader wrote:

> Please dis-regard the previous post, i mis-read it at first.  But the
> problem does appear to be with the fact that you are trying to send a
> single ip out as the prefix, if I'm wrong please let me know.  I use
> radvd on a select few machines as i've found that zebra tends to cover a
> few more bases - no disrespect intended.
> * Scott Prader (gnea@garson.org) cobbled forth:
> > * Peter Löfkvist (e97_pel@e.kth.se) cobbled forth:
> > > Hi guys
> > > I'm trying to set a MIPv6 home agent. The home agent is NOT to be the
> > > gateway of the network by just a node like all else. My problem is wh=
en I start
> > > radvd, the default route(which is pointing to the correct GW) on the =
> > > agent disappears. I've set conf/all/forwarding =1.
> > > My /etc/radvd.conf is:
>          .oO Gnea [gnea at garson dot org] Oo.
>             .oO url [http://gnea.net] Oo.
> "You can tune a filesystem, but you can't tune a fish." -Kirk McKusick
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