Subject: Re: interaction between KAME and Winsock 5
To: Chris Jones <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/15/1999 05:13:54
>I've got a NetBSD box (oleary) acting as a 6bone gateway here, and one
>of my co-workers installed Winsock 5 (I think) on his Win98 box, to
>see what it would do. When it tries to auto-configure its IPv6
>address, I get:
>Jul 14 09:04:58 oleary /netbsd: nd6_rs_input: invalid ND option, ignored
>Jul 14 09:04:58 oleary rtadvd: <nd6_options> bad ND option length(0) (type = 248)
>Anybody know what ND stands for, or what an ND option of type 248 is?
>Anyway, the result of this is apparently that the Win machine fails to
>get an IPv6 address. However, it could just be that Winsock is really
ND is for Neighbor Discovery (RFC2461). Could I see the tcpdump
# tcpdump -n -i foo -s 2000 -x -vvv icmp6
I think Winsock5 is attaching something KAME does not like.