Subject: Setting ipv6 default router without getting a MAC-based ipv6 addr
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Michael Graff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/25/2000 13:43:32
I want to use an address of my own, rather than the MAC-based address,
for a machine. The only way, other than hard-coding the route, to get
an ipv6 default router is rtsol, but that also adds a MAC-based
Are there any plans of adding a "configure routes, don't add
addresses" flag to rtsol? I don't own/maintain the routers, so they
can change over time. I do control my reverse IP lookups though.
Whoever put the ff:fe bits in the _middle_ of an ipv6 address should
be taken out and beaten. The way things are now, anything on an ipv6
subnet needs to have one common DNS server. Grr.