[Olsr-users] IPv6 failure
Fri Dec 7 17:31:25 CET 2012
I think the problem is that you specifying the inteface eth5 both in
the command line and in the configuration file. Try to remove eth5
from command line.
2012/12/7 Glenn Daneels <(spam-protected)>:
> Sorry for the late answer (but I had to make some changes to my nodes), here
> is my olsrd.conf .
> In the meanwhile, I made sure that my nodes have site local address (an
> ifconfig output of one of the nodes is included , I use the eth5
> interface). I also included a new output file.
> I call the olsrd daemon in the following manner: olsrd -i eth5 -ipv6 (I know
> that these options are already included in the olsrd.conf, but I guess
> repeating this on the command line does not matter.)
> Thanks in advance,
>  olsrd.conf: http://pastebin.com/KNjS5igK
>  ifconfig: http://pastebin.com/1ZtE5kE9
>  output: http://pastebin.com/CRBvknyQ
> On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 9:16 AM, Saverio Proto <(spam-protected)> wrote:
>> Please post your olsrd.conf file otherwise we cannot give help.
>> Make sure eth5 has a valide global IPv6 address. Also site local
>> address should be fine. Link local address is not enough
>> 2012/12/5 Glenn Daneels <(spam-protected)>:
>> > Hi,
>> > I'm trying to use OLSRd in IPv6 mode, but this is not working for me.
>> > I tried to enable OLSRd via the /etc/olsrd.conf file and getting the
>> > output
>> > in .
>> > Especially this part concerns me:
>> > Warning, niit4to6 device is not available, deactivating NIIT
>> > Added :: to IP deny set
>> > Added ::1 to IP deny set
>> > ---- Interface configuration ----
>> > Checking eth5:
>> > Not a wireless interface
>> > No interfaces detected! This might be intentional, but it also might
>> > mean
>> > that your configuration is fubar
>> > Does niit4to6 need to be available for the ipv6 mode to work?
>> > And why does it say that is does not detects interfaces? eth5 is the
>> > interface it should detect, which it clearly does, but is it trying to
>> > only
>> > finding wireless ifaces? And why would he do this?
>> > And although there are two OLSRd nodes which are connected to each
>> > other,
>> > OLSRd does not seem to find the other node; it keeps polling, but does
>> > not
>> > find anything:
>> > Scheduler started - polling every 0.050000 ms
>> > Does anyone have any ideas?
>> > Thanks in advance,
>> > Glenn
>> >  http://pastebin.com/6GTjvVYs
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