simon at thekelleys.org.uk
Wed Oct 2 10:44:00 BST 2013
On 02/10/13 02:57, Moritz Warning wrote:
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> is it possible to tell dnsmasq not to announce itself as router?
> The problem is that connected computers try to use the router as gateway.
> The router is not the gateway of the network, but some other computer.
> For what it matter, this is the IPv6 setting in my Dnsmasq (version 2.66) configuration:
I don't think it is, except by stopping it from advertising prefixes as
well, (ie, remove the above line completely). The protocol doesn't
(AFAIK) allow prefix advertisements which are not also router
It _might_ be possible to do the ra-names functionality whilst leaving
router/prefix announcement to another host, it would required code
changes and I've not thought hard about if it would work or be desirable.
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