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Re: [opensuse] IPv6 in Firefox: does it work? The saga continues...
On 2013-06-03 18:25, Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 2013-06-03 17:56, James Knott wrote:


What would I use for the site prefix, just "fc00"? And what would the length be?

I tried and it says that it is invalid. It accepts "fc00::", which is then
changed to
"fC00:0:0:0::", with dhcp6. But in that case, the configuration allows me to
assign addresses to
MACs for IPv4, but not 6. I would then have to use static IPv6 only.


I have now these settings:

Status:

IPv6 LAN
IPv6 Address: fc00:0:0:0:fa1a:67ff:fe91:f422
Prefix Length:64

Autoconfiguration Type:DHCPv6


That address is automatic, I do not know where it gets it from. I would like to set it to "fc00::1" instead.

The settings are these:

Address Autoconfiguration Type: (*) DHCPv6 Server
Start IPv6 Address: fC00:0:0:0::7FFF (1~FFFE)
End IPv6 Address: fC00:0:0:0::FFFE (1~FFFE)
Leased Time: 86400 seconds (The default value is 86400)
Site Prefix Configuration Type: Static

Site Prefix: fC00:0:0:0::
Site Prefix Length: 64


The idea is to have the lower range static, the top half dynamic.

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Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from oS 12.3 "Dartmouth" GM (rescate 1))
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