Subject: Re: question: forcing IPV6 traffic down a IPV6/IPV4 tunnel
To: Dave Tyson <Dave.Tyson@liverpool.ac.uk>
From: Ignatios Souvatzis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/09/2000 17:32:36
On Thu, Mar 09, 2000 at 04:27:53PM +0000, Dave Tyson wrote:
> The IPV6 feed details are:
> IPv6 prefix from JANET's "real" allocation: 2001:0630:0001::0/48.
> Tunnel details:
> IPv4: ulcc.ipv6.ja.net (220.127.116.11)
> IPv6: PtP numbering is 2001:0630:0000:0003::0/64
> ulcc.ipv6.ja.net is 2001:630:0:3:0:C46:B898:21/128
> statically routing your /48 at the moment
> The tunnel came up fine and I can ping6 and get a response from both ends.
> What I need to do is
> set an IPV6 default route, however my all attempts so far have failed.
/sbin/route add -inet6 default 2001:630:0:3:0:C46:B898:21
should do it. I only replace my peer addres by your peer address from the
relevant line of my /etc/netstart.local.
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