[dsc] IPv6 Support?
andrew.ruthven at catalyst.net.nz
Tue Apr 3 15:45:57 MDT 2007
On Tue, 2007-04-03 at 11:19 -0600, Duane Wessels wrote:
> > Also, it doesn't seem to be collecting IPv6 addresses quite right, I've
> > pulled this out of one of the XML files:
> > 302e:6fc4:ff7f:0:69df:4000::
> > It should be something like 2001:dce:4000:2::130 (that is the
> > nameserver).
> Hm, 302e:6fc4:ff7f:0:69df:4000:: doesn't look quite right. But I don't
> think you should expect to see the nameserver's IP address in any of
> the XML files. You should expect to see client addresses.
Agreed. That IP address came out of a client_subnet2.xml file and
should have been something like 2404:130:1:f100::f104:2 (I'm not sure
what summarisation is happening for IPv6 addresses).
But subnets in IPv6 don't work quite the same as IPv4. They should
probably be truncated to /48s as being a standard site allocation, what
do you think?
Thank you for your work!
Andrew Ruthven, Wellington, New Zealand
At work: andrew.ruthven at catalyst.net.nz
At home: andrew at etc.gen.nz
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