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In article <Pine.NEB.4.64.1512141454550.568%vps1.whooppee.com@localhost>,
Paul Goyette <paul%whooppee.com@localhost> wrote:
>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
I am running it on one of my machines during startup to prefer v4...
Which was one of the reasons I added it :-) It seems to work fine.
Yes, and we have an rc.d/ip6addrctl script, see defaults/rc.conf...
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