Subject: Re: question: forcing IPV6 traffic down a IPV6/IPV4 tunnel
To: Ignatios Souvatzis <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/11/2000 05:38:24
>> If the interface specified is to a broadcast link, the kernel (or
>> something) should then listen for RAs on the net, and make one of
>> the routers discovered be the default. If it is point to point,
>> then there is no problem. If it is neither then someone is going to
>> need to be clever (probably specifying the link level address of the
>> default router).
Robert, what you are stating is not really dependent to IPv6.
Whenever you renumber, static route configuration will become invalid,
regardless from IPv4 or IPv6.
So, running a routing daemon is the right answer.
>Uh, no, it should not.
>(Listening to router advertizements, for end nodes, works fine with
>When you are a _router_ (and you are, when you set up a tunnel!),
>you _dont_ listen to router advertizements.
>You listen to route renumberings, and to routing protocols. At least
>thats what I understand... Itojun?
I agree with it.
If you are wondering about IPv6 ISP does: IIJ is exchanging route
with customer (/48), with filtering for inbonud routes.