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Date:	Fri, 22 Jan 2010 13:01:50 -0600
To:	David Miller <>,
Subject: Re: Global IPV6 auto-configuration does not work as expected.

On Jan 19, 12:35pm, David Miller wrote:
} Subject: Re: Global IPV6 auto-configuration does not work as expected.
> From:

Hi, hope the day is going well for everyone.

> Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2010 14:34:00 -0600
> > That would only be effective with a modular implementation of ipv6.
> > As I noted above these are completely static kernels.

> That's incorrect, you can still set the parameter if ipv6 is
> built statically into your kernel.
> You can set "module" parameters on the kernel command line by
> saying, f.e., "ipv6.autoconf=0"

Dave to the rescue.... :-)

That option works perfectly well.  I had actually hacked the kernel
source to set the default but the kernel command-line is less

Thanks to everyone for the input.

Best wishes for a pleasant week.

}-- End of excerpt from David Miller

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