Changeset 9452


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Timestamp:
2007-10-26T18:21:03+02:00 (9 years ago)
Author:
florian
Message:

Document the IPv6 connectivity with OpenWrt.

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trunk/docs
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  • trunk/docs/network.tex

    r8350 r9452  
    115115    option vlan2    "4 5" 
    116116\end{Verbatim} 
     117 
     118\subsubsection{Setting up IPv6 connectivity} 
     119 
     120OpenWrt supports IPv6 connectivity using PPP, Tunnel brokers or static 
     121assignment. 
     122 
     123If you use PPP, IPv6 will be setup using IP6CP and there is nothing to 
     124configure. 
     125 
     126To setup an IPv6 tunnel to a tunnel broker, you have to edit the 
     127\texttt{/etc/config/6tunnel} file and change the settings accordingly : 
     128 
     129\begin{Verbatim} 
     130config 6tunnel 
     131        option tnlifname     'sixbone' 
     132        option remoteip4        '1.0.0.1' 
     133        option localip4         '1.0.0.2' 
     134        option localip6         '2001::DEAD::BEEF::1' 
     135        option prefix           '/64' 
     136\end{Verbatim} 
     137 
     138\begin{itemize} 
     139    \item{\texttt{'tnlifname'}:} 
     140        Set the interface name of the IPv6 in IPv4 tunnel 
     141    \item{\texttt{'remoteip4'}:} 
     142        IP address of the remote end to establish the 6in4 tunnel. 
     143        This address is given by the tunnel broker 
     144    \item{\texttt{'localip4'}:} 
     145        IP address of your router to establish the 6in4 tunnel. 
     146        It will usually match your WAN IP address. 
     147    \item{\texttt{'localip6'}:} 
     148        IPv6 address to setup on your tunnel side 
     149        This address is given by the tunnel broker 
     150    \item{\texttt{'prefix'}:} 
     151        IPv6 prefix to setup on the LAN. 
     152\end{itemize} 
     153 
     154IPv6 static addressing is also supported using a similar setup as 
     155IPv4 but with the \texttt{ip6} prefixing (when applicable). 
     156 
     157\begin{Verbatim} 
     158config interface     "lan" 
     159    option ifname    "eth0" 
     160    option proto     "static" 
     161    option ip6addr    "fe80::200:ff:fe00:0/64" 
     162\end{Verbatim} 
  • trunk/docs/wireless.tex

    r8340 r9452  
    88Broadcom, or hostapd and wpa\_supplicant for atheros. 
    99 
    10 The reason for using such architecture, is that it abstracts the driver configuration  
     10The reason for using such architecture, is that it abstracts the driver configuration.  
    1111 
    1212\paragraph{Generic Broadcom wireless config:} 
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