Re: IPv6 static config in /etc/network/interfaces ignored
- Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2019 20:22:00 +0100
- From: Pascal Hambourg <pascal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: IPv6 static config in /etc/network/interfaces ignored
Le 27/01/2019 à 22:09, Claudio M a écrit :
Jan 27 20:40:15 my-server systemd: Starting Raise network interfaces...
Jan 27 20:40:20 my-server ifup: Waiting for DAD... Done
Jan 27 20:45:15 my-server systemd: networking.service: Start operation
timed out. Terminating.
Is this what you got before or after swapping the stanzas ?
"Waiting for DAD" means that ifup started configuring the interface with
the inet6 stanza.
Did you try to swap the inet and inet6 stanzas ?
I did, and it solved the assignment problem, but I guess it's the
iptables.sh script that's causing this.
Do you mean it could not terminate within 5 minutes ?
Do you mind posting its contents ?
Also, running ps -Af, pstree or the like before the 5-minute delay
should show the offending process.
I suppose I could try to replace it with nftables (we're going there
I do not think that iptables is going to disappear anytime soon.