05.06.2016 12:42, Dave Plater пишет:
On 19/04/2016 04:30, James Knott wrote:
My ISP is finally rolling out IPv6. One thing
that's required is for
the router to make a DHCPv6-PD request to get the prefix info etc. I
don't know if my router/firewall, based on openSUSE 13.1 is doing that.
I don't see anything in Wireshark that would indicate it's making that
sort of request. I'm also not aware of any configuration that would
enable it. Does anyone know anything about this?
Hi, have you tried the ISC DHCP Client - dhcp-client? It seems to have
taken over from dhcpcd in opensuse and appears to support DHCPv6-PD.
is not very
encouraging. Also, it requires far more complicated setup - you somehow
need to do something useful with delegated prefix and in case if
dhclient the only possibility is apparently via hook scripts.
dhcpcd is far more easier because it automates processing - request
prefix on one interface and allocate it to another, completely without
any external tweaks.
Also we have at least one confirmation that dhcpcd works, at least in
newer openSUSE version.
I've been following this thread with interest and
wondered why dhcpcd
was dropped from factory at the beginning of 2015 maybe your problem is
the reason why.
wide-dhcp looks also quite promising; it is similar to dhcpcd in that it
automatically gets prefix on one interface and assigns on another.
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