[TriLUG] IPv6 Networking on CentOS (RHEL)
nivex at nivex.net
Wed Dec 21 16:19:50 EST 2011
Router Advertisement is a fine mechanism as part of SLAAC for setting
default gateways, especially in an end-user network. It certainly
doesn't inhibit you from setting things manually or using other routing
protocols such as OSPF or BGP.
On 12/20/2011 02:31 PM, Jym Williams Zavada wrote:
> I don't consider myself an IPv6 expert by any means, but it's my
> understanding that IPv6 relies on router advertisement and router
> solicitation for routing. On my network, once I set up the router for
> the IPv6 allocation, the rest of the IPv6-enabled machines then
> automatically set up their IPv6 routes.
> If I happen to be wrong about this, I'm sure one of our IPv6 gurus will
> pipe up. (Kevin Otte, are your ears burning yet? :).
> -Jym Williams Zavada
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