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Re: dhcpcd bge0 (or axe0) -6 cannot finish with my home router PR-S300HI

=> Hi,
=> dhcpcd bge0 (or axe0)-6 cannot finish under NetBSD/amd64 6.99.23 with
=> my home router appliance, PR-H300HI.
=> PR-H300HI is Linux based router appliance, but I have no idea
=> about its DHCPv6 implementation.
=> For VoIP telephony, I must use this appliance...
=> How to debug this issue?
=> IPv4 only dhcpcd (dhcpcd bge0 -4) works fine with NetBSD 5.2's dhcpd.
=> $ dhcpcd --version
=> dhcpcd 6.3.1
=> Copyright (c) 2006-2014 Roy Marples
=> # dhcpcd bge0 -6 -d
=> dhcpcd[21408]: version 6.3.1 starting
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: executing `/libexec/dhcpcd-run-hooks' PREINIT
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: executing `/libexec/dhcpcd-run-hooks' CARRIER
=> dhcpcd[21408]: DUID 00:01:00:01:19:87:ba:5c:40:6c:8f:58:6c:c5
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: IAID 8f:58:6c:c5
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: soliciting an IPv6 router
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: sending Router Solicitation
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: Router Advertisement from fe80::21f:67ff:fee1:609a
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: adding address
=> 2408:211:9227:ce00:426c:8fff:fe58:6cc5/64
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: vltime 14400 seconds, pltime 12600 seconds
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: adding route to 2408:211:9227:ce00::/64
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: adding default route via fe80::21f:67ff:fee1:609a
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: executing `/libexec/dhcpcd-run-hooks' ROUTERADVERT
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: requesting DHCPv6 information
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: delaying INFORM6 (xid 0xb3e0c8), next in 0.3 seconds
=> dhcpcd[21408]: bge0: broadcasting INFORM6 (xid 0xb3e0c8), next in 1.0
=> seconds
=> (freeze)

   Are you sure the router does DHCPv6 at all? I wouldn't be surprised if
it did not, so dhcpcd would not get the response it was looking for. If
you just want IPv6 routing set up, I would add:

rtsol="YES"  rtsol_flags="bge0"

to /etc/rc.conf and see how for that gets you. I'm not sure if NetBSD's
rtsol will configure DNS, so you may need to do that manually. If you
don't have a local IPv6 DNS server, you could try Google's at
2001:4860:4860::8888 and 2001:4860:4860::8844.

   Good luck...

                                  Gary Duzan

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