[radvd-devel-l] Adding local interface to clients list

Michael Cronenworth mike at cchtml.com
Wed Sep 20 13:09:51 EDT 2017

On 09/20/2017 11:44 AM, Reuben Hawkins wrote:
> You shouldn’t need a public /64 on your eth1.Routing works via the fe80 local 
> addresses, so eth1’s local fe80 should be the default route.Otherwise you only 
> need link local connectivity to your local network on eth1.Your eth0 needs a 
> public IPv6 address, and I assume it’s getting one.
> Is there any other reason why you need a public /64 on your eth1? I can't think of 
> any...

Sure, it's not required, but I just noticed that difference when I was configuring it.

I'm coming from a IPv6-to-4 tunnel setup where both ports had addresses.

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