Subject: Re: IPv6 problems (from Re: Heads Up: www.netbsd.org via IPv6 )
To: James Sharp <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/09/2001 13:17:35
>> On Wed, 7 Nov 2001, Hubert Feyrer wrote:
>> > FYI, it seems we're the first (and only) BSD project that offer both IPv4
>> > and IPv6 connectivity to it's main web server, www.netbsd.org. To
>> > emphasize this, there is now an icon "IPv6 enabled!" on the front page.
>I've got an IPv6 connection established via freenet6.net & I can ping6
>www.netbsd.org properly...but...when I start up rtadvd to advertise routes
>and configuration to my other machines, I get the following message in
>/var/log/messages and none of the other machines can get their
>Nov 7 17:04:19 paddedcell rtadvd: <make_packet> link-layer address
>option has null length on fpa0. Treat as not included.
>fpa0 is a DEFPA FDDI card and the box is running NetBSD 1.5.
>This is all gotten by running rtadvd by hand with the command line of
>"rtadvd -D fpa0"
it seems that rtadvd(8) was never tested on FDDI cards. sorry for the