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I noticed with interest that we now have ip6addrctl(8) imported.

My question is, are we planning to have a /etc/rc.d/ip6addrctl script
to run at system start-up?

I have a (potentially unusual) situation here in the Philippines,
where I'd like to have my IPv6 connection (via tunnel back to San
Jose, CA!) up all the time, but due to performance/latency I'd
like to have an alternate policy (with IPv4 preferred) installed
at start-up.  Sure, I can do it manually after every reboot, but
I'd rather not have to remember each time!  And I'd rather not
needing to check periodically if there's been an unexpected reboot
(aka crash)!

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