Jaime Frutos Morales's blog

30/11/2006

DNS dual stack and Router Advertisement

Filed under: Studies, SysAdmin — acidborg @ 20:24

I haven’t blogged this week because I’ve been busy with many things. We have managed to get BIND to work dual stack, it is to said, with IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. This wasn’t difficult, but it was a bit confusing the way BIND reads IPv6 addresses.

We managed to configure router advertisement as well with radvd. This was harder because we were advertising IPv4-compatible addresses (::IPv4 type) and that wasn’t allowed. It seems that it only advertises global scope /64 addresses, but I’m not sure if this is right or we are doing it wrong. More on this on future posts…

On Saturday, I’m driving to Santiago to visit my family & friends. Next Christmas I won’t go there, so I’m going 9 days now instead 🙂

I’m not going to blog for 10 days, so please be patient 😛 .See you soon!

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2 Comments

  1. Nice idea!

    So that’s a great idea. I was thinking about coding something like this in bash sccripting, but I ain’t doing now. 😉

    By the way… in the comments

    # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
    # along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
    # Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place – Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.

    I’m thinking about… there is not such a file… some sue… I’m telling to Stallman… and he’s gonna slap you with the full printed emacs code!!! xD

    Death.

    Comment by Anonymous — 03/01/2007 @ 01:25

  2. Yeah…

    You’re gonna have a n800, and I’m gonna have a n73… too bad mine doesn’t run Linux… but hopefully, neither it runs Gnome. Hehehe…

    Comment by Anonymous — 23/01/2007 @ 22:34


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