[Cerowrt-devel] IPv6 address assignment and naming

Steven Barth cyrus at openwrt.org
Sat Aug 17 10:53:27 EDT 2013

Well lets see how this could help us. I presume this makes ipv6 source routing usable without policy rules and distinct tables? Sorry didnt have time to look into it in more Detail.

As 3.10 has become LTS it would probably be a good candidate for a release.

I hope to start a new Iteration for ipv6 in openwrt in the near future. Lets see if we can get anything out of the meetings in Berlin. If anyone wants to contribute anything to owrt please let me know so we can coordinate all efforts.



Hannes Frederic Sowa <hannes at stressinduktion.org> schrieb:
>Hello all!
>On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 11:21:03PM +0200, Teco Boot wrote:
>> The IPv6 subtrees in on its way :-). After 3.11 we can ask for
>It is already in davem's stable queue and should be integrated in the
>next stable
>kernels. If openwrt picks them up, it should show up there, too.
>> > While most of the ipv6 stuff in openwrt is going increasingly well,
>AND we just got working multi-prefix routing fixed in the linux kernel
>(not sure if the IPV6_subtrees spatches are committed or backported
>yet), there are still integration hassles with ipv6 going on. (I expect
>integration hassles for years, actually - dealing with the pure dynamic
>assignments the isps are demanding is nearly impossible)
>May I ask if those fixes for multi-prefix routing made it upstream?
>Btw. I
>am more then willing to have a look at ipv6 kernel problems and maybe
>fix them. ;)
>Thanks a lot,
>  Hannes
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