[Dibbler] Problem configuring Dibbler.... Need Help

Jean-Jacques Sarton jj.sarton at web.de
Wed Apr 3 21:17:35 CEST 2013


Hello Michael,

I am als a new dibbler user, but I have already some experience.

You have only one network interface on your system. This mean
that you will not be able to get a prefix delegation unless you
modify the configurations file.
Dibbler normally don't use the interface attached to the server.
If your client.conf file contain
------------------
duid-type duid-ll
log-level 8
downlink-prefix-ifaces eth0
iface "eth0" {
 pd
 option dns-server
 option domain
}	
the prefix will be acquired you will see that within the
log output.
But you will not get an address.
You may at a later stage insert before pd
the line
 ia { address { <your-48-subnet>:<your-main-subnet>::1 } }


Please replace <your-48-subnet> with the delegated prefix
and if you use the first subnet (0) :<your-main-subnet>
with nothings.
The result may be 2001:db8:bebe::1






Am 03.04.2013 19:46, schrieb Michael David:
> Hi,
> 
> I am a new user of Dibbler.
> 
> I have got a new server from online.net
> 
> Now, I am trying to setup IPV6 for my server - i.e. get an IPV6 address for
> my server. Online.net uses dibbler.
> 
> I have set up dibbler (latest stable version) from source on CentOS 6.
> 
> Their documentation for ipv6 is here:
> 
> http://documentation.online.net/fr/serveur-dedie/reseau/prefixe_ipv6
> 
> When I run
> 
>   dibbler-client run
> 
> I get this:
> 
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Debug     Authentication is disabled, not
> including auth options in message.
> 
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Debug     Sending RENEW(opts:1 2 25 8 6 )
> on eth0/3 to multicast.
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Debug     Sleeping for 10 second(s).
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Debug     Received 131 bytes on interface
> eth0/3 (socket=5, addr=fe80::32e4:dbff:fef9:671f).
> 
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Info      Received REPLY on
> eth0/3,TransID=0x7da4e4, 5 opts: 25 2 1 7 23
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Notice    PD: Updating prefix
> 2a01:e0b:2400::/48 to all interfaces (prefix will be split to /56
> prefixes if necessary).
> 
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Debug     PD: Interface eth0/3 is the
> interface, where prefix has been obtained, skipping.
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Debug     PD: Interface lo/1 is not
> multicast capable, ignoring.
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Info      PD: Using 0 suitable interface(s):
> 
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Warning   Suitable interfaces not found.
> Delegated prefix not split.
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Debug     RENEW(IA_PD) will be sent (T1)
> after 1800, REBIND (T2) after 3600 seconds.
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Debug     Not executing external script
> (Notify script disabled).
> 
> 2013.04.03 23:06:35 Client Debug     Sleeping for 1800 second(s).
> 
> And no ipv6 address gets assigned to the eth0 interface.
> 
> Then I thought, I need to setup dhcpclient also as per their
> instructions. I have done the same.
> 
> When I run:
> 
> dhclient -cf /etc/dhcp/dhclient6.conf -6 -P -v eth0
> 
> I get this:
> 
> XMT:  X-- IA_PD 00:00:04:f1
> XMT:  | X-- Request renew in  +3600
> XMT:  | X-- Request rebind in +5400
> XMT: Solicit on eth0, interval 4050ms.
> 2013.04.03 23:09:13 Client Debug     Received 163 bytes on interface
> eth0/3 (socket=5, addr=fe80::32e4:dbff:fef9:671f).
> 
> 2013.04.03 23:09:13 Client Info      Received ADVERTISE on
> eth0/3,TransID=0x5cd0b2, 6 opts: 25 2 1 7 23 24
> 2013.04.03 23:09:13 Client Warning   Message with wrong transID
> (0x5cd0b2) received. Ignoring.
> 2013.04.03 23:09:13 Client Debug     Sleeping for 1642 second(s).
> 
> XMT: Forming Solicit, 7180 ms elapsed.
> XMT:  X-- IA_PD 00:00:04:f1
> XMT:  | X-- Request renew in  +3600
> 
> And again no IPV6 address is assigned.
> 
> Please can someone tell me how to get 2 static IPV6 addresses assigned
> to my server.
> 
> That is all I want to do and I have been trying for the last 10 hrs
> with absolutely no support from my host :-(
> 
> Hence this mail to the list.
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Michael
> 
> 
> 
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