IPv6 SLAAC

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by Marc Haber, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. Marc Haber

    Marc Haber Guest

    Hallo,

    ich möchte gerne, dass mein System beim Initialisieren der
    Netzwerkinterfaces das Ende der ersten SLAAC-Runde abwartet. Also habe
    ich ein Script geschrieben, das so lange wartet, bis keine IP-Adresse
    mehr im Zustand "tentative" ist.

    Leider ist das in der Realität so schnell, dass die Abfrage kommt,
    _bevor_ eie IP-Adresse "tentative" geworden ist.

    Gibt es eine Möglichkeit, festzustellen, dass das System irgendwo
    gerade versucht, SLAAC zu machen, damit man angemessen darauf warten
    kann? Ich würde ungerne ein festes "sleep 5" oder so hinschreiben
    müssen.

    Grüße
    Marc
     
    Marc Haber, Jun 30, 2012
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  2. Marc Haber

    Marc Haber Guest

    Hi,

    I apologize for posting in the wrong language. Translation of my
    article follows.

    I would like to have my system wait for the first SLAAC attempt during
    bootup. To do this, I have written a script that waits until no more
    IP address is found in "tentative" state.

    Unfortunately, this is so fast that the script terminates before the
    first address reaches "tentative" state.

    Is there a way to find out whether the system is trying to do SLAAC on
    any interface, so that one can wait for the IP address to appear, or
    is a fixed "sleep 5" the only thing one can do here?

    Greetings
    Marc
     
    Marc Haber, Jun 30, 2012
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