[hipl-users] Why is hipl using NAT when perfectly good IPv6 connectivity

  • From: Robert Moskowitz <rgm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: hipl-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2014 09:53:20 -0400

OK. This is basically bad behaviour... Intitiator is F20, responder is Centos6. Both set for HIPv1.

Default config. Though on the Centos server, I turned off NAT support. (and DYNDNS update)

I have two systems on the same subnet.

The IPv4 addresses are public, I pay $10/mo for my /26 allocation. The IPv6 addresses are public, 2607:f4b8:3:13::/64. My allocation is 2607:f4b8:3::/48.

So why if I ping6 is the client using NAT traversal????

Minimally it should be using IPv6.  It is there.
Worst IPv4 native.

This is unacceptable behaviour.  HELP????

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