On 07/08/2019 21.38, James Knott wrote:
On 2019-08-07 03:26 PM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
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
Forget the router.
It has to be done on YaST.
I'll have a look later.
You can still do it in Yast. Just pick addresses within that range.
Yes, I know.
What I wonder is:
having one IP-6 automated
having another IP-6 fixed.
In YaST [... Looking...]
Ok, I have one IPv4 fixed address, and it allows me to add another IPv4
address, not an IPv6 address.
It asks for IPv4 Label, address and netmask. What is label? Ah. Help
explains it. Still, no IPv6 support in Yast :-(
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 15.0 x86_64 at Telcontar)