On 03/07/18 03:50, Chris Caudle wrote: > I am looking for some help getting IPv6 configured properly on a Fedora 27 > system. > I have one system which was installed fresh with Fedora 27, that system is > working properly, it receives both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses assigned by my > router (running latest LEDE release). > I have a second system which receives the expected IPv4 address but does > not receive an IPv6 address. > > I notice that on the working system NetworkManager shows two instances of > dhcp client:
Some of questions. What desktop are you using? The NetworkManager GUI displays are a bit different between KDE and GNOME. Are you using the GUI to configure the interfaces or doing it manually? I think the problem is that in your config file you have both > IPV6_AUTOCONF=yes and > DHCPV6C=yes > I don't use DHCP for IPv6 in my network since Android devices can't use it. So, I manually configure IPv6 for systems where I want a "short" IPv6 address and they are "servers". For the other systems I just let them use the IPv6 native auto-discovery do its things. I believe with both of those parameters defined the IPV6_AUTOCONF takes precedence and will prevent the dhcp-client from starting. FWIW, using the GUI on KDE I could not force my config files to have both of those defined with "yes". -- If simple questions can be answered with a simple google query then why are there so many of them?
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