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On 01/04/2011 10:41 AM, Warren Stockton wrote:
Is there a specific reason why the kernels for the 11.4 snapshots are not
built with CONFIG_IPV6_SIT_6RD?
As per the following article, it appears that the only thing missing from the
11.4 snapshots in order to run IPV6 on Comcast, is the CONFIG_IPV6_SIT_6RD:
It was introduced in 2.6.33, which was before we started actively
documenting why config options were enabled or disabled. It probably
wasn't enabled because it was (and still is) an experimental feature.
It seems isolated to the ipv6 sit code, though. If nobody with more IPV6
knowledge objects, I don't have a problem enabling it for 11.4.
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