[nycbug-talk] dhcpv6

nikolai nikolai at fetissov.org
Wed Nov 7 11:06:28 EST 2007

> On Wednesday 07 November 2007 9:07:20 am nikolai wrote:
>> Folks,
>> Anybody using dhcp for ipv6? Which one?
>> As I understand neither ISC nor OpenBSD dhcpd support v6.
>> The wide-dhcp in the packages doesn't look like it either.
>> There are several others out there. Which ones you people
>> are using?
>> The idea is to have a v6-only subnet (wireless ?) but
>> the dns server assignment is missing from normal icmpv6.
> On OpenBSD I use rtadvd on my router:
> /etc/rc.conf.local:
> rtadvd_flags="sis1"
> and IPv6 autoconfig on my LAN systems:
> /etc/sysctl.conf:
> net.inet6.ip6.accept_rtadv=1
> Works ok for me.

Yes, that definitely works as long as you also
have v4 dhcp giving you the dns servers (then
your dns traffic flows over v4), or you hard-code
them into your workstation config.

The idea was to have v6 _only_ subnet, thus working
off v6-only services.


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