Originally Posted by dxqcanada
If you do not need IPv6 ... then disable it.
Most networks do not use/need IPv6.
Most likely you have a kernel module running called ipv6 ... black list it.
Otherwise just ignore it.
No, i can't blacklist my ipv6 because im working on ipv4 to ipv6 migration and vice-versa.So, i should have my ipv6 up. but the problem is "why additional global ipv6 address is coming,which has not been assigned by me?and how to remove this addtional global address?"
I have tried this to remove but it din't work-
# ifconfig eth1 del 2000:ffff::215:17ff:fe65:c1a9/64
i did it on my first comp. which should have only ipv4 address-192.168.1.2. You are saying that i have to black-list the ipv6 address from here,so how to do it?
on my 2nd comp. i tried this-
# ifconfig eth0 del 2001:468::219:d1ff:fe1e:e0cc/64
to remove my additional global ipv6 address.her i need only 2001:468::3 (global address which i have assigned) so here i can't black list my ipv6 completely.
Please understand my problems and reply soon.Thanks alot....