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Re: ipv6 broken

On 13/05/2019 13:34, Christos Zoulas wrote:
In article <>,
Roy Marples  <> wrote:
On 13/05/2019 03:00, Christos Zoulas wrote:
dhcpcd says:

May 13 01:47:01 [79]: wm0: ipv6_start: Can't assign requested address

dhcpcd should say duplicated adddress based on the below, but that's
just cosmetic really.

Kernel says:

[    13.119958] wm0: link state DOWN (was UNKNOWN)
[    16.261560] wm0: link state UP (was DOWN)
[    17.283056] wm0: DAD duplicate address fe80:1::56bf:64ff:fe92:10c8
from 00:17:10:87:19:87:46:66
[    17.283056] wm0: possible hardware address duplication detected,
disable IPv6
[    17.426267] wm1: link state UP (was UNKNOWN)
[    17.427269] Cannot enable an interface with a link-local address
marked duplicate.

Assuming this is -current either our nonce code it is broken or there
really is a duplicate address from hardware address 00:17:10:87:19:87:46:66

Regardless, we need more data.

Reverting the nd6 changes and in particular the is this needed part makes
the DAD message stop. But the Can't assigned requested address remains.

Which ND6 changes specifically?

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