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Re: Complex IPv6 setup

On 07/12/11 at 09:42am, Stephan Seitz wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 06:05:16PM -0400, William Hopkins wrote:
> >needed so default gateway is on the SLAAC NIC. The real question
> >is why are you concerned with 'randomizing' your IP? The prefix is
> >what people will know you by, and the prefix will not change. All
> >IP-based tracking will recognize you fine after the IP change.
> At least you won’t get a statistic for a certain host only for a network.
> >>And how to I do this with DHCP for guests (should work with windows
> >>and linux)?
> >Again, DHCP isn't used for IPv6 (although it exists if you need certain
> >requirements like providing a tftp boot rom for PXE)
> And how do you publish DNS servers? WINS servers? NTP servers? How
> can you restrict the IP addresses to a certain range?

Available services can be advertised by themselves (mDNS) or by your router
(RADVD). See RFC 6106 [1]. Restriction to range is simply setting which /64 you
use for SLAAC, look into the RADVD documentation.

[1] http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6106


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