[radvd-devel-l] Default Route Using RADVD

Pekka Savola pekkas at netcore.fi
Thu Oct 26 02:33:43 EDT 2006

On Wed, 25 Oct 2006, nileshkumar daine wrote:
> Now,
> If I try to ping link ip address of WAN interface of
> my route from LAN machine, ping6 doesn't work ? why ?
> ( ofcource with -I option to ping6 for link ip).
> - What should I do to allow my LAN machines to ping
> WAN ip address ( global or link ) ? for that how can
> add default route (using radvd) on LAN machine with
> next hop as router LAN ip address (global/site)

Yes, radvd is one tool to use for this.

Maybe you haven't configured the IP address you're trying to ping on 
your router's LAN interface, and hence the router doesn't know where 
to forward packets destined to 2001:7a8:6d7a:c::/64.

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