On 2019-08-07 08:59 AM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
But as my machines do not get IPv6 from the ISP (and
there are no plans
to do so), the router does not give IPv6 addresses to the machines.
So I tried to use the link-local address.
I would have to _add_ an IPv6 address to the interface. I don't know how
to have that machine on automatic IPv6 address and add a fixed IPv6
address too. I must try again.
If you use something like pfSense for a firewall, you can have it
provide addresses to the network. However, if you're not getting
addresses from the ISP or via a tunnel from he.net
or similar, you
should use something in the unique local range, which is fc:: /7.
Normally you'd use addresses starting with fd. Like RFC1918 addresses
on IPv4, unique local addresses are routeable, but not allowed on the
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