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Linux can be used as a Router ??
I have 2 linux box (RedHat 6.1 and RedHat 6.2) with
IPv6 default route.
It's ok for me!!
Marcelo Franca Alves (MFA) http://www.mfa.eti.br
Sao Paulo - SP - Brasil
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dancer Vesperman" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Cc: <[email protected]>
Sent: Sunday, May 14, 2000 7:00 PM
Subject: Re: Linux can be used as a Router ??
> ÀÌ¼ºÁø(Sung-Jin.Lee) wrote:
> > thanx for warm answers.
> > i've already checked the sites u recommended
> > before i wrote the previous mail.
> > but i'm still not clear.....
> > i thought Linux only can be used as a IPv6 host till now.
> > i need a Router. so i considered FreeBSD.
> > does Linux can be used as a IPv6 Router ?
> Yes. Linux does not support the default route when forwarding ipv6
> packets, however (only when originating them), but apart from that, it's
> fully functional as an ipv6 router, AFAIK. I use it for that on several