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[Xen-users] IPv6 xen support

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  • From: Peter Braun <xenware@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2009 10:45:58 +0200
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we are happily running 10 Debian x64 XEN 3.3.1 hosts with plenty of guests.

Whole network is behind linux router and all the XEN hosts including
guests are using public IPs.
XEN hosts are using network bridge script.

We would like to extend our services and start to provide IPv6.

Out colo provider told us that he will give us /48 native IPv6.

Anybody was already solving situation like this? Any hints?
I read somewhere that network bridge script is not compatible with IPv6.

Some examples will be greatly appreciated.


Peter Braun

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