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Started by bombcar, January 25, 2010, 08:10:09 PM
QuoteIf that's the case it's as easy as adding an IPv6 address from each's respective /64 onto the LAN interface, and voila, they each have direct connectivity to each-other plus routes to each-others /64s.
Quote from: bombcar on January 25, 2010, 09:51:24 PMI have 4 "real" IPv4 IPs from Speakeasy - so their DSL modem is connected to my boring switch. The x.5 address is my m0n0wall router, plugged into that switch. The x.254 address is my Gentoo server, plugged in the same switch.The m0n0wall hands out IPv6 addresses behind it to the 10.x LAN. The Gentoo server squats on a /64 all by itself.QuoteIf that's the case it's as easy as adding an IPv6 address from each's respective /64 onto the LAN interface, and voila, they each have direct connectivity to each-other plus routes to each-others /64s.This would seem to be what I need to do, but I need to make sure it won't kill the connection, especially as the Gentoo box doesn't have an IPv6 address on eth0 (besides the link local one), only on sit1.
QuoteAre you opposed to putting one of the /64s from the m0n0wall tunnel block on the gentoo's LAN interface? If not, you could do that and just add a static /128 route for the gentoo box's tunnel interface address, and on the gentoo box, it'd have a connected route to the /64, and you could add a similar /128 route for the m0n0wall's tunnel interface address if you wish. Then traffic would cross your LAN instead of the internet.
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