-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 My ISP is offering IPv6 only "as an experimental feature", so I had to ask to enable the IPv6 stack on my connection. I'm using FreeBSD 12-STABLE as the basis for a router/firewall/PBX system, FreeBSD's onboard ppp client is performing the uplink and authetication and this works well with IPv4 for years for now.
I'm using IPFW as my filtering system, reading the standard /etc/rc.ipfirewall and add some custom rules regarding my setup. As far as I know, with the IPv4 stack a IPv4 address is obtained automatically, so I would expect the same for IPv6. I'm new to IPv6 and I've trouble with my provider for a long time now, so there is a slight possibility that my ISP is not truthful on what they say. On the other hand, there is still a high probability that I do something wrong. I need need to send this ahead, before continueing. When booting off, I see the classic tun0 uplink with MYADDR -> HISADDR For IPv6, I only see my local linklocal address, fe80::... Checking the log of ppp (/var/log/ppp.log), there is also a fe80:: linklocal address assigned to the variable HISADDR. Somehow, the tun0 never obtains a IPv6 aprefix so far. Can someone give a tip? Regards, oh -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- iLUEARMKAB0WIQQZVZMzAtwC2T/86TrS528fyFhYlAUCXAEpSwAKCRDS528fyFhY lMwHAf9XXmHWMWPjNH/oIMOCG50M7X8tcWrS0aZy7tsJchYBzu6bos/qXXEJHtxs 3XwPOyli0NuAo8i0MEAQMOnnOFyxAf9ey6qPJxC0dYyfJW4QHFyCCCVHEG+HEv9i vHkpvZrrV0OpuF6ReM0xFiXlZkhrLoptsQ8V859NeWk5K5P+Ox4r =nsq2 -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"