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On Mon, 04 Dec 2000, Warren Matthews wrote:
> I'm setting up rules for ip6fw on a machine running FreeBSD 4.2-Release,
> and I'm having trouble getting router advertisements and solicitations
> through for smooth autoconfiguration.
> I see icmp type 134 from my ipv6 router to all ipv6 devices on the
> outside interface of the firewall (as expected), but nothing gets
> through to the machines connected to the inside interface. I have set
> allow ipv6-icmp from any to any
> So I would expect the advertisements and solicitations to be accepted on
> one interface and sent out the other. I wonder about the TTL, but I
> would've thought (hoped) the firewall is transparent to allowable
> Has anyone done this, any suggestions ?
I am interested in the rules before the ``allow ipv6-icmp from any to any'' rule. There is probably a rule disallowing the router advertisements and solicitations from getting through.
You can also try to put ``log'' for all deny-rules so you see where exactly the packets are lost.
Jasper Jongmans [email protected]
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