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CHIP.INI [IPV6_ETH1]


[IPV6_ETH1]
ENABLE=0/1

Enable generally the usage of IPv6 protocol on the second Ethernet interface (ETH1).
Default:
By default IPv6 is disabled.
Example:
[IPV6_ETH1]
ENABLE=1
Since
V1.05


[IPV6_ETH1]
ADDRESSx=IPv6 address of the Ethernet interface

Specify an IPv6 address for the second Ethernet interface (ETH1). It is possible to configure up to 5 fixed IPv6 addresses for the Ethernet interface.
Default:
No default.
Example:
[IPV6_ETH1]
ADDRESS0=3ffe:ffff:0:f101::1/64
ADDRESS1=4ffe:ffff:0:f101::1/64
The prefix length (e.g. the "/64" in above examples) must always be specified.
Since
V1.05


[IPV6_ETH1]
STATELESS_AUTOCONF=0/1

Disable/Enable stateless IPv6 auto configuration.

With stateless address auto configuration, a device interface is automatically assigned a link-local IPv6 address by the system. This link-local IPv6 address is generated with a fixed local address prefix (fe80::) to a token derived from the MAC address. (The address is verified to be unique.) This allows each IPv6 interface to have at least one source address that can be used by Neighbor Discovery. If an IPv6 router on the network advertises network prefixes in router advertisements, IPv6 derives IPv6 addresses based on the network interface identifier of the interface and on the network prefixes advertised.
Default:
By default stateless auto configuration is enabled.
Example:
[IPV6_ETH1]
STATELESS_AUTOCONF=0
Since
V1.05





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