About freenet6 and ::ffff:0:X:X/96 addresses

Julio Baixauli baixauli@mat.upc.es
Mon, 18 Sep 2000 17:47:11 +0200


	I've a tunnel with Freenet6 configured and working (I can ping
www.6bone.net) throw eth0 (Red Hat Linux), but when I add an
::ffff:0:x:x/96 address to the eth1 card, the tunnel don't work.
	When the tunnel works, the IPv6 source address (of the packet in the
tunnel) is 3ffe:b00:c18:1fff::85f (as should be), but when I add the
::ffff:0:x:x/96 to eth1 the IPv6 source address is ::ffff:0:x:x (wrong,
because the echo reply packet can't find me).
	The question is: how can I decide wich address must to be used as
source address? (if I can).

	Thank you very much.
	(I'm sorry, my english is horrible)


	Julio Baixauli Garreta