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Old 01-21-2004, 03:49 AM   #1
davloz
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Question IPv6 support and configuration for RH 8.0


I have added support for IPv6 in Red Hat 8.0. At the beginning it seemed to work fine, but I was trying to communicate two processes within my machine, so ipv6 packets didnīt really go to the network. When I tried to communicate with other machines I realized that the UDP port used to send packets to the network was not the port that I told the application to reserve. The application is written in Java and is also running in a Solaris system without any kind of problems.

Could anyone tell me why the used UDP port doesnīt match the port I order to reserve?? Do I have to make some special configuration for this?? Does IPv6 support for RH 8.0 hava any known bug???
 
  


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