Subject: Re: Unnumbered interfaces and routing entries
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Ignatios Souvatzis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/10/1998 20:51:32
On Mon, Aug 10, 1998 at 02:24:38PM -0400, Michael C. Richardson wrote:
> The routing requirement spec says that you simply have to have a designated
> IP address which is the "router ID" that goes on unnumbered interfaces. Cisco
> has some kludge to set it, but it could be a sysctl variable on NetBSD.
Having all other technical problems of the half-router concept solved: you need
N of them. This might be a mixed IPv4 + IPv6 node, for example.
net.inet.ip.defaultsourceaddress = 126.96.36.199
net.inet.ipv6.defaultsourceaddress = CDEF:ABCD:1234:2345:3456:4567:5678
would do, I guess.