Subject: Re: ntpd and strange ipv6 address in logs
To: Matthias Scheler <email@example.com>
From: Denis Lagno <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/01/2007 18:33:33
Christian Biere wrote:
> Have you checked your ntp.conf? It seems one of the listed hosts
> to an IPv6 address but you have no non-local IPv6 connectivity.
yes, it is right:
ntp.via.ecp.fr is an alias for krishna.via.ecp.fr.
krishna.via.ecp.fr has address 18.104.22.168
krishna.via.ecp.fr has IPv6 address
It is just confusing that those messages appear in ntpd logs only when
ntpd is started _before_ dhclient sets interface ex0, and pppd
establishes ppp0. If I start or restart ntpd after ex0 and ppp0 are
established, then those error messages do not appear. This ipv6 address
is unaccessible in any case.