I have an OpenBSD router that sends out router advertisements on the main network, my FreeBSD machine gets a public IPv6 as it's supposed to get. Now I've set up a VLAN on both machines for a VPN transfer net. When I tested that with manually set addresses, it worked as expected. Now I...
I run an IPv6-enabled FreeBSD router on my home network, which has been working fine for years. I have a global-scope /48 prefix delegated by my ISP, from which FreeBSD advertises a /64 chunk to my LAN. IPv6-enabled hosts on the LAN see the router advertisements and configure themselves...
I have a box acting as a gateway for my lan at home. It connects through PPPoE (tun0) to the provider and gets the configuration for the outside world (I'm using net/dhcpcd). The clients (on the lan) are served by rtadvd and net/dhcpd.
I have a 192.168.1.0/24 network for LAN and also want...
I'm running an AP that bridges traffic to my ISP. For various reasons, I'm running both IPv4 and IPv6 and I need to NAT traffic from the LAN to the ISP. For this reason, net.inet6.ip6.forwarding needs to be enabled.
The usual solution for periodically updating the IPv6 gateway address seems to...
This problem originated from my pfSense installation, but I just confirmed that I'm having the same problem with a clean installation of FreeBSD 12.2, so I thought I would ask here.
The problem is that FreeBSD does not answer NS send from my ISP's router, which results in no communication...
I am seeking help here as despite reading the documentation for rc.conf I am clearly missing something. I wish vtnet0 to be disabled on boot along with ipv6 being disabled on vtnet1. I am perhaps being lead astray from the output so forgive me, I am a new user to BSD.
I have a FreeBSD 12.1 server, which has 2 network interfaces:
re0: the only physical ethernet interface, connecting with the internal devices
tun0: the external interface, to be assigned IPv6 prefix by ISP via PPPoE
And here's the configuration snippet for them:
I could mange to install Windows Server 2019 on FreeBSD 12.1-R + Bhyve by following https://wiki.freebsd.org/bhyve/Windows, etc but am having problems with TCP/IPv6 connections as follows:
* All firewalls are turned off on both host FreeBSD and guest Windows.
* The guest Windows is assigned to...
What is the proper way to enable FreeBSD to listen on lets say 4000 IPv6?
Adding 4000 them at rc.conf as ifconfig_igb0_aliasXXXX=... " just hangs my server after /etc/netstart
All ip's are from 1 subnet but they are not sequential .
Since 2018 I have a FreeBSD server acting as a WireGuard "server". This server has an IPv6 tunnel, courtesy of Hurricane Electric (https://tunnelbroker.net) and I have successfully distributed those IPv6 addresses to the VPN peers, so they now live in the future. Every single one of...
I have problem to access some sites but not all, but I have internet connectivity normally.
Example this site below cannot be accessed:
I get the following message in Mozilla;
Configuring DNS caching server able to get all traffic without the firewall and with firewall only the IPV4 traffic is resolving, having some syntax issue with the config regarding the IPV6 (using FreeBSD 12.1)
ipfw -q -f flush
cmd="ipfw -q add"
pif="em0" # interface name of NIC
Port net-mgmt/netbox is a nice tool widely used for IPAM and DECIM maintenance, so I tried to use it for maintenance purposes at work. I never got past the setup, since the example shown in FreeBSD's wiki (https://wiki.freebsd.org/Ports/net-mgmt/netbox) only covers a setup as vhost, which...
i am trying to do NAT464 XLAT similar with below diagram (taken from RFC6877)
I have 2 VM using FreeBSD 12.1 Release as CLAT and PLAT with the following Kernel Option :
on both VM i...
I need to specify an IPv6 prefix in /etc/mail/access using CIDR notation and it doesn't seem to work (nor can I find it documented).
My range is similar to: "2001:DB8:1111:2200::/56".
My network doesn't fall on a 16 bit boundary so I can't just specify "2001:DB8:1111:22" as this is...
I am using ipfw for firewalling on a FreeBSD 11 box. Unfortunately I cannot wrap my head around the fact that/why the following rule does not match when I initiate a TCP connection to 2a00:1450:4001:814::2003 (that is Google...):
ipfw add 340 set 5 count dst-ip6 2a00:1450:4001:814::2003...
Maybe, I am just too silly or simply miss something.
I try to configure IPv6 on my new testserver, FreeBSD 12 Release from bootonly-Image.
ifconfig_vtnet0_ipv6="inet6 2a02:4000:f:6c6::2 prefixlen 64"...
I have some jails on my FreeBSD host. They have IPv4 addresses on a cloned interface lo2 I created. None of the jails has an ip address on the external interface of the host. They only use the cloned interface lo2 and I configured my pf firewall so that the host acts as a router and does...
My server's jail need outgoing internet connection for Let's encrypt OCSP Staple, but connect problem IPv6 only.
wan0: flags=8843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> metric 0 mtu 1500