Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] Need some indications to patch dnsmasq, to bypass /64 limit

2013-11-21 Thread Simon Kelley
On 16/11/13 09:08, dnsmasq.bertra...@dfgh.net wrote: You should be able to configure DHCPv6 in dnsmasq to handle larger prefixes. You can't do SLAAC address allocation that way, because it depends on a 64-bit prefix and a 64-bit EUI-64 id, but DHCP works. Something like

Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] Need some indications to patch dnsmasq, to bypass /64 limit

2013-11-16 Thread dnsmasq . bertrandb
You should be able to configure DHCPv6 in dnsmasq to handle larger prefixes. You can't do SLAAC address allocation that way, because it depends on a 64-bit prefix and a 64-bit EUI-64 id, but DHCP works. Something like dhcp-range=start-address,end-address,92 The prefix length MUST match the

Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] Need some indications to patch dnsmasq to bypass /64 limit

2013-11-13 Thread Simon Kelley
On 12/11/13 15:43, dnsmasq.bertra...@dfgh.net wrote: 'llo My hosting provider give me only a /96 ipv6 adress and I xant put on my host some vm with libvirt and dhcp. I got the message no dhcpv6 range available ... since the bridge adress have a prefix 64. Since the dnsmasq.conf is build by

[Dnsmasq-discuss] Need some indications to patch dnsmasq to bypass /64 limit

2013-11-12 Thread dnsmasq . bertrandb
'llo My hosting provider give me only a /96 ipv6 adress and I xant put on my host some vm with libvirt and dhcp. I got the message no dhcpv6 range available ... since the bridge adress have a prefix 64. Since the dnsmasq.conf is build by libvirt I think that the solution is to path dnsmasq.