On 08/08/06 14:46, Gerard Seibert wrote:
Matthew Seaman wrote:
Only if you enable IPv6. ie. you put:
into /etc/rc.conf. That will cause each of your interfaces to have at least
a link-local IPv6 address configured, and lo0 will get the ::1 address applied
to it. See /etc/rc.d/ip6addrctl /etc/rc.d/network_ipv6 for the gory details.
That notation is in my rc.conf file. It was put there by sysinstall when
I first installed the system.
So, shouldn't it resolve to something or is it working the way it is
Might you have removed IPv6 from your kernel config file?
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