What's the point of having 'kernel'? You have a boolean here
specifically because you'll likely want to override the default,
whatever it might be. I'm fine with *not writing* accept-ra if that
helps, but for most cases, this is just the kind of option that people
should avoid touching.

FWIW, as far as I know this is expected and proper behavior, you *do*
want to make the best effort attempt to bring up IPv6 whenever possible.
In that sense, having RAs accepted and handled by default is the correct
behavior. Please do not disable this unless there's a very good, well
discussed and understood reason.


 mtrudel@demeter  ~  lxc launch ubuntu:16.04
Creating the container
Container name is: perfect-shrimp           
Starting perfect-shrimp
 mtrudel@demeter  ~  lxc ls
|      NAME      |  STATE  |        IPV4         |                     IPV6     
                 |    TYPE    | SNAPSHOTS |
| perfect-shrimp | RUNNING | (eth0) | 
fd42:9d0d:d7be:83fe:216:3eff:feda:54f7 (eth0) | PERSISTENT | 0         |

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