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Kimsufi assign guest VM a public IPv6
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Kimsufi assign guest VM a public IPv6

Hello LET,

I'm just about to give up but I hope the community can help me.

I got a kimsufi with win2012r2 and vmware workstation as hypervisor. I'm trying to assign a public ipv6 from my /64 to a linux guest (debian) without success. The host has an ipv6 address and is pingable. Actually it has two ipv6 addresses to be sure the /64 is really routed to my box, plus I can be sure I got the right gateway.

The guest has two network interfaces, eth0 (bridged) and eth1 (NAT).
/etc/network/interfaces:

allow-hotplug eth0
iface eth0 inet6 static
   address ipv6
   netmask 64
   gateway gw-ipv6

allow-hotplug eth1
iface eth1 inet dhcp

I tried also to give eth0 the same MAC address as my Kimsufi NIC but no chance. Any hint?

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