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Can SSH/SFTP to an IPV6 IP address from Solaris 10?

Posted on 2012-04-13
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I'm in the process of trying to acquire an IPV6 IP address to use for testing, but I need to know, is there anything in Solaris 10 that needs to be configured so that it can SSH/SFTP to a server with an IPV6 IP address?

My Solaris 10 server is connected to a Cisco 2960 switch, which, I've been told is IPV6 ready because it's already functioning purely as layer 2.
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> ... is there anything in Solaris 10 that needs to be configured so that it can SSH/SFTP to a server with an IPV6 IP address?

i.g. no
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you need to run rtadv or dhcpv6 on your router to get addresses
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normally ipv6 auto configuration is enabled, so if your router is instrumented correctly everything works (like solaris or linux, or mac 10.4+ or windows XP+)

*BSD might need some care, but they are well documented, so that rtsol manual page contains the whole cookbook.
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How do I check my Solaris 10 to know if IPV6 auto configuration is enabled already or not?
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if you have a file /etc/hostname6.fxp0 then it will attempt to configure fxp0 with ipv6
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