Re: TUN/TAP/UML proxy arp and IPV6 don't like one another.
From: Jeff Dike
Date: Wed Nov 08 2006 - 12:18:57 EST
On Fri, Nov 03, 2006 at 12:08:01PM -0600, greg@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> 22.214.171.124 host kernel with SKAS3 patch.
> Stock 2.6.18 UML guest kernel.
> Host kernel has IPV6 enabled but there are no IPV6 routers
> active on the subnet. The active eth0 host interface only has
> a link-local address assigned to it.
> The host kernel was recompiled with the only change being to drop IPV6
> from the kernel. Identical guest OS implementation boots and properly
> pings the same target host on the network.
So, you're saying that IPV6, even though it is not being used, is
somehow interfering with normal IPV4 networking?
> I know 126.96.36.199 is a bit dated so this might be better to bounce off
> Thoughts, further suggestions?
Maybe upgrade and hope the problem goes away. It sounds like this
should be reproducable without UML, so if you can reproduce this on a
newer kernel with a smaller test case, that might help get it fixed.
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