El 11/01/2015 a las 12:10 a.m., John R Pierce escribió: > On 1/10/2015 8:38 PM, Gordon Messmer wrote: >> On 01/10/2015 08:10 PM, F. Mendez wrote: >>> Hello. Yes I confirm...its a /48 (this guys are crazy here at my >>> work...). >> >> It's not crazy, that's the standard deployment for a building. It's >> almost certainly not possible to use all of the addresses in such a >> space, but that's the point. IPv6 is intended to eliminate address >> scarcity. > > yes, but whats crazy is the OP's original request, he apparently > thinks he wants a lan alias on every single IP.... > >> It happens that at the company I'm working decided to start migration >> of IPs tech. >> >> So they got a /48 block. I were trying to add it with: >> >> ifcfg-eth0-range1 (0 is already in use with IPv4 range): >> >> IPV6ADDR_START=xxxx >> IPV6ADDR_END=xxxx >> CLONENUM_START=0 >> >> But of course I am assuming that like in IPv4 IPADDR_START/END is >> implemented. >> >> Please give some guidance as I need this to done already and the hole >> /48 must be available and virtualized. > > > > Well I was trying to figure out a simple way to have it done. As it works on IPv4 I thought to give it a try :) Hopefully you guys that have more expertice on this may share a better solution.