[CentOS-virt] Issues with routing IPv6 to KVM Guests
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Fri Sep 14 18:16:43 EDT 2012
IPv6 is enabled. As I said, it works good on the node itself. I can ping
it and also ping out of it.
The link just shows an apache configuration with ipv6 and some basic
ipv6 configuration I already did.
And fpaste is an fedora related page and the binary is also available in
centos repo to easily post files or output from terminal. Saves a lot of
Mfg from austria in this case to where? ;) Germany? ^^
On 2012-09-15 00:11, Always Learning wrote:
> On Sat, 2012-09-15 at 00:02 +0200, David Hackl wrote:
>> Well, the problem is that there is no IPv6 connection at all. I set up
>> the IPv6 adresses in the guests. They also appear with ip addr.
> I haven't done much Virtual Hosts yet but:
> (1) how have you enabled IP6 ?
> Is this useful
> (2) http://www.timgalyean.com/2011/09/virtual-hosts-using-ipv6/
>> And what do you mean with south american website? Are you talking about
> Yes, registrant is in Guatemala.
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