Changeset 11891


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Timestamp:
2008-07-21T11:58:59+02:00 (10 years ago)
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florian
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Document a bit more about IPv6 configuration

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    116116\end{Verbatim} 
    117117 
     118Three interfaces will be automatically created using this switch layout : 
     119\texttt{eth0.0} (vlan0), \texttt{eth0.1} (vlan1) and \texttt{eth0.2} (vlan2). 
     120You can then assign those interfaces to a custom network configuration name 
     121like \texttt{lan}, \texttt{wan} or \texttt{dmz} for instance. 
     122 
    118123\subsubsection{Setting up IPv6 connectivity} 
    119124 
     
    124129configure. 
    125130 
    126 To setup an IPv6 tunnel to a tunnel broker, you have to edit the 
    127 \texttt{/etc/config/6tunnel} file and change the settings accordingly : 
     131To setup an IPv6 tunnel to a tunnel broker, you can install the 
     132\texttt{6scripts} package and edit the \texttt{/etc/config/6tunnel} 
     133file and change the settings accordingly : 
    128134 
    129135\begin{Verbatim} 
     
    152158\end{itemize} 
    153159 
     160Using the same package you can also setup an IPv6 bridged connection : 
     161 
     162\begin{Verbatim} 
     163config 6bridge 
     164        option bridge   'br6' 
     165\end{Verbatim} 
     166 
     167By default the script bridges the WAN interface with the LAN interface 
     168and uses ebtables to filter anything that is not IPv6 on the bridge. 
     169 
     170 
    154171IPv6 static addressing is also supported using a similar setup as 
    155172IPv4 but with the \texttt{ip6} prefixing (when applicable). 
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