[OLSR-users] does there exists any IPv6 address auto-conf pluginorsoftware
Mon Feb 21 20:38:19 CET 2005
As soon as you wish to route external traffic into the manet you
will run into trouble if nodes are just using "random" addresses
(unless you use som mobileIP like techniqe). When using IPv4
this is often solved by using NAT, but that is not very likely
to be used with IPv6 :-)
For internal traffic it should make no difference since olsr routing is
Weber, Michael J. (US SSA) wrote:
> Why is it important that a new node joining the MANET the same prefix as
> the rest of the nodes in the MANET?
> Or, to go one step further, what requires that any two nodes in the
> MANET have the same network prefix?
> I have run 4 OLSRD nodes on the IPv4 side, each in a different subnet,
> and each HNA'ing another different subnet (for a total of 8 subnets
> involved total), with no problems. Which is what one would expect, given
> layer 3 routing and all.
> Is the IPv6 side that much different?
>>[mailto:(spam-protected)] On Behalf Of Jens Nachtigall
>>Sent: Friday, February 11, 2005 4:38 PM
>>To: OLSR discussion and development
>>Subject: Re: [OLSR-users] does there exists any IPv6 address
>>Of course, you are right with that. But thats not what I would call
>>autoconfiguration, because there is one step I need to do manually
>>beforehand. That is getting to know the /64 prefix of the particular
>>manet (or one agrees on to use the same prefix in all manets, so that
>>there would be a well known one).
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