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How to find my gateway IP
Hey, I bought a dedicated server from online.net and now im trying to setup ipv6 on openVZ how do i find my gateway ip .
i asked from them and they said they dont offer that kind of support.
these are the subnets i got from online.net
As far as I remember you have to use DHCPv6 for online.net IPv6. DHCP will automatically set the gateway.
ill check that.Thanks
I only used Online.net during a beta but I know with most systems your gateway is typically the first address in your subnet. e.g.
Yepp, you have to use Dibbler and/or dhclient, as specified within the wiki. If you don't do so, the networks won't even get routed to your server, atleast that was my experience 2-3 months ago.
EDIT: In your case, you could probably route the /56 to your host/dedicated server and assign a /64 for each VPS.
To find the gateway I used tcpdump.
Install tcpdump and run it like
tcpdump -i venet0 -n -s 4000 -v ip6
I know this guide is for debian but most steps will be the same/similar (I guess)
Check this tutorial it's based on @rm_ 's script.
im stuck at installing dibber
Thanks mate but im using centOS 6.5
It doesn't work on centOS. Thanks