Re: Next-hop based on source address (IPv6)
From: Juan Rodriguez Hervella (jrh_at_it.uc3m.es)
To: "Andy Gilligan" <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2003 11:03:53 +0200
On Monday 28 July 2003 07:17, Andy Gilligan wrote:
> I have three IPv6 /48 networks connected to a FreeBSD 4.8 router, and I
> allocate /64 tunnels from each network to client machines.
> Is there any way I can specify the next-hop or outbound interface to use
> on the router based on the source address of the client?
> I initially thought of 'ipfw fwd', but ip6fw doesn't seem to have this
> Any thoughts?
I wanted to do something similar and when I realized that ip6fw didn't have
such option, I asked for it on the Kame mailing list, but they answered me
that they didn't see it as a feature demanded by the community so they
didn't have any plan to implement it on the short term.
(Anyway I think it shouldn't be hard to add such feature,
but I'm a bit lazy :)
You can ask for it on Kame mailing-list again (because I ask for it a long
time ago and it may have been already implemented, I don't know). Also I
think that there are implementations of something called "source base
routing", but I don't have experience with that.
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