Tag Archives: IPv6

The beauty of having multiple IP addresses on a single server is that you can run several services with different addressing. This way you can announce your FTP service on a different address and your HTTP on another. Below I’ll describe how to achieve this in Debian based and Red Hat based distros seperately. Using […]

In the beginning of the year 2011, we decided to apply IPv6 configuration to our data center (VeriTeknik) and requested our IPv6 block from RIPE. RIRs give out /32 blocks to LIRs at the first assignment. The Preperation Steps Request your IPv6 Addresses from your RIR or LIR Add IPv6 Route to your AS number […]

In default LINUX installation IPv6 is enabled. IPv6 might use system resources or for what ever reason you have Run this command as root: echo “alias net-pf-10 off” >> /etc/modprobe.conf echo “alias ipv6 off” >> /etc/modprobe.conf You need to restart your server after this command.