[CentOS] Help with IPv6 /48 block

Sat Jan 10 20:56:26 UTC 2015
F. Mendez <fmendez73 at terra.com>

El 10/01/2015 a las 03:40 p.m., Gordon Messmer escribió:
> On 01/10/2015 10:10 AM, F. Mendez wrote:
>> But of course I am assuming that like in IPv4 IPADDR_START/END is
>> implemented.
> I don't think so.  The START and END bits of ifup-aliases appear to be 
> v4 specific.
>> Please give some guidance as I need this to done already and the hole
>> /48 must be available and virtualized.
> Well, the whole network will be available as long as you have an 
> active address on a node that's capable of acting as a router. I'm not 
> sure what you mean by virtualized, though.
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Hello. Thanks for your reply.

Currently we have a /26 range of IPv4. So we have eth0:1...eth0:59

We need that same with IPv6 since we have a /48 and we need to have all 
IPv6s available for usage.

I tried to use same ifcfg-eth0-range0 same config by adding: 
IPV6ADDR_START= which seems not to work for this. None IPADDR_START too.

We need a simple way to have our virtual eth's with IPv6 all the range