File: radvd.conf.example

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interface eth0
{
	AdvSendAdvert on;

# This may be needed on some interfaces which are not active when
# radvd starts, but becomoe available later on, and are activated by sending a
# HUP signal to radvd; see man page for details.

	# IgnoreIfMissing on;

#
# These settings cause advertisements to be sent every 3-10 seconds.  This
# range is good for 6to4 with a dynamic IPv4 address, but can be greatly
# increased when not using 6to4 prefixes.
#

	MinRtrAdvInterval 3;
	MaxRtrAdvInterval 10;

#
# You can use AdvDefaultPreference setting to advertise the preference of
# the router for the purposes of default router determination.
# NOTE: This feature is still being specified and is not widely supported!
#
	AdvDefaultPreference low;

#
# Disable Mobile IPv6 support
#
	AdvHomeAgentFlag off;

#
# example of a standard prefix
#
	prefix 3ffe:0302:0011:0002::/64
	{
		AdvOnLink on;
		AdvAutonomous on;
		AdvRouterAddr off;
	};

#
# example of a more specific route
# NOTE: This feature is still being specified and is not widely supported!
#
	route 2001:db0:fff::/48
	{
		AdvRoutePreference high;
		AdvRouteLifetime 3600;
	};

#
# example of a 6to4 prefix
#
# Note that the first 48 bits are specified here as zeros.  These will be
# replaced with the appropriate 6to4 address when radvd starts or is
# reconfigured. Be sure that the SLA ID (1234 in this case) is specified
# here!
#
	prefix 0:0:0:1234::/64
	{
		AdvOnLink on;
		AdvAutonomous on;
		AdvRouterAddr off;

#
# This setting causes radvd to replace the first 48 bits of the prefix
# with the 6to4 address generated from the specified interface.  For example,
# if the address of ppp0 is 192.0.2.25 when radvd configures itself, this
# prefix will be advertised as 2002:C000:0219:1234::/64.
#
# If ppp0 is not available at configuration time, this prefix will not be
# advertised, but other prefixes listed in the configuration will be
# advertised as usual.
#
# When using the Base6to4Interface option, make sure radvd receives a
# SIGHUP every time the ppp0 interface goes up, down, or is assigned a
# new IPv4 address.  The SIGHUP will cause radvd to recognize that the
# ppp0 interface has changed and will adjust the advertisements
# accordingly.
#

		Base6to4Interface ppp0;

#
# If the IP address of ppp0 is assigned dynamically, be sure to set the
# lifetimes for this prefix to be small.  Otherwise, hosts on your network
# may continue to use a prefix that no longer corresponds to the address
# on ppp0!
#
		AdvPreferredLifetime 120;
		AdvValidLifetime 300;
	};

};