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    Does exist tutorial on how to create working Linux VPS and assign IPv6 subnet to it?

    postcdpostcd Member
    edited January 2016 in Help

    Hello,

    is there any tutorial on how to create Linux VPS (probably KVM/XEN) on an dedicated server and assign some IPv6 subnet to it so it can be used. I prefer if the method do not require me to purchase any paid software.

    Assuming im having /64 IPv6 subnet assigned to dedicated server and i want part of it to assign to VPS so it can use it (like /27 subnet to VPS?)

    And im being amateur in this, thats why i ask if anyone of you is able to find tutorial for this. Im unable.

    Thank you

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    • exception0x876exception0x876 Member, Provider
      edited January 2016

      it should work out of the box with bridged setup. If you route traffic instead of bridging, one thing you need to be aware of is IPv6 neighbor discovery, the little tutorial on how to make it work is here https://www.ipsidixit.net/2010/03/24/239/

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    • postcd said: Assuming im having /64 IPv6 subnet assigned to dedicated server and i want part of it to assign to VPS so it can use it (like /27 subnet to VPS?)

      you need to understand first ipv6, /27 is bigger than /64, and you should assign at least a /64 to each vps.

      some providers do it with smaller ranges like /110 or single ips.

      Hola perro!

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