On 06/08/2011 11:27 PM, Alexander Boström wrote:
I've never used the v6 support in libvirt, so I'm guessing here, but
wlan0 is the physical interface on the host that you're running radvd
on, right? That would pick up router advertisements from the router in
your wireless LAN, if you have one.
I guess if radvd is bound to virbr0 then that interface would pick up an
address from your prefix though.
What is the output of
ip -6 addr
Sorry, I guess I wasn't clear. my ifcfg-wlan0 has an IPv6 address that
is supposed to be assigned to wlan0. It isn't. The kernel complains
kernel: [ 13.872649] ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): wlan0: link is not ready
So, in my rc.local script I ifdown/ifup and it fixes it. At first I
thought it didn't, but I had a long running script that ended up before
that ifdown/ifup and so it wasn't taking. Now, the problem is only that
link is not ready junk.
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