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Re: Ipv6 connectivity

I figured it out...

The problem was ipfilter.  I was using the following rules in ipf6.conf:

pass in all keep state
pass out all keep state

Apparently that doesn't work for ipv6, because when I changed it to this:

pass in all
pass out all

it worked. I can ping6 all I want now, although I still can't get 6to4 to work. I will self-troubleshoot a bit more before hitting the list.


On 6/6/2011 5:21 PM, Matthias Scheler wrote:
On Mon, Jun 06, 2011 at 03:48:33PM -0400, David Howland wrote:
I went to the localhost.

The ping6 tool correctly resolves to ::1, but all I ever get is "network is

I know that my kernel has INET6 included... can I get a hint?

1.) What does the output of "ifconfig -a" look like?
2.) What is "ip6mode" set to in "/etc/rc.conf"?

        Kind regards

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