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Linux route question


just add a route to 2000::/3 pointing thru your sit device in your
gateway.  That will fix it. Linux doesn't like default routes in IPv6,
that's all.

/sbin/ip route add 2000::/3 dev sitX

(where X is the number for your tunnel)



On Thu, 15 Nov 2001, Matthew Harrell wrote:

> I'm currently setting up one of the /48 networks from freenet6 and I'm having
> some routing issues with my machines behind my tunnel endpoint.  
> The network looks like
>    192.168.10. network  <-> my ipv6 gateway <-> freenet6 ipv6 gateway
> I can do everything from my gateway and from the outside I can access all
> the machines on my network with ipv6 addresses.  The problem is that when
> I try something like a ping from one of the internal machines I get
>   {26}: ping6 -n www.kame.net
>   PING www.kame.net(2001:200:0:4819:280:adff:fe71:81fc) from 3ffe:b80:411:1:250:4ff:fed6:1907 : 56 data bytes
>   From 3ffe:b80:411:1::1 icmp_seq=1 Destination unreachable: Address unreachable
>   From 3ffe:b80:411:1::1 icmp_seq=2 Destination unreachable: Address unreachable
>   --- www.kame.net ping statistics ---
>   2 packets transmitted, 0 received, +2 errors, 100% loss, time 1003ms
> It actually worked at one point for a minute or two but I haven't been able
> to get the behavior back again.  I can ping all local ipv6 addresses on my
> gateway from one of the 192.168.10 machines but get the error above trying 
> to ping anything beyond my machine.  Seems like a route issue to me but I'm
> not familiar enough with ipv6 to realize what route I'm missing.  I've attached
> the ifconfig and route info from my gateway below.  I would have though the
> ::/0 route in there would have taken care of things.
> thanks for any help