Partial success with these commands.
The correct v6 addresses are distributed to client systems on my
network. however the routing seems to be broken.
I'm able to ping6 the router and both ends of my tunnel but not hosts
on the other side of the tunnel. Additionally after configuring the
router system this way it's unable to reach remote hosts on the far
side of the tunnel.
Do I need to configure some manual routes?
On 8/13/07, Blake Garner <email@hidden> wrote:
> I will give this a shot later this week.
> On 8/13/07, Iljitsch van Beijnum <email@hidden> wrote:
> > On 13-aug-2007, at 6:07, Blake Garner wrote:
> > > I'm looking for some instructions for configuring an os X server
> > > system as an IPv6 router. I have sucessfully configured a tunnel to
> > > he.net and am able to access ipv6 sites from that system. However I
> > > would like to have this system also serve as a router for my network
> > > and advertise my prefix and routes. This system is not behind any
> > > address translation.
> > This is listing 4-5, Enabling IPv6 Routing Under MacOS, from my book:
> > ifconfig en0 inet6 2001:db8:31:2::1/64
> > sysctl -w net.inet6.ip6.forwarding=1
> > rtadvd en0
> > You also need:
> > Listing 4-6. Filtering Out Incoming Router Advertisements
> > ip6fw add 65000 drop ipv6-icmp from any to any icmptypes 134 in
> > Obviously the IPv6 address must be one that falls within the address
> > range you got from the tunnel broker (or your 6to4 range). You can
> > download all the examples from the book through http://www.apress.com/
> > book/bookDisplay.html?bID=10026 have a look at the lower right corner
> > of the page.
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