Re: [linux] IPv6 routing problems (long)
- On Fri, Nov 01, 2002 at 06:33:57PM -0500, Brandon Penglase wrote:
> >I remember something weird with this, when Michael got me playing with
> > It is using the Tulip driver, yes. The cards in the internal box and gateway
> > are both Linksys Etherfast 10/100Mb NICs.
> > It does seem strange that everything works except pinging. Hrm...
it--it was something stupid that took a second to fix, but an hour to
find--something like adding the outgoing interface perhaps?
Take a look at NetBSD's website--I think I found my answer there by
going through their howto.
I'm sorry to be of so little help, but I remember a similar
situation--in the end, I got it working on Linux, FreeBSD and even
WindowsXP Release Candidate which has some sort of ipv6.
HTH a little (but not sure it does)
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