Network Routing: ipv4 <-> ipv4 / ipv6 <-> ipv6

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Network Routing: ipv4 <-> ipv4 / ipv6 <-> ipv6

Postby Hip » 2017-11-23 10:10

Hello everyone, I'm new, but a big fan of the Debian world :D
I am desperate to make route
... <-> ipv4 <-> ipv4 / ipv6 <-> ipv6 <-> ...
between multiple computers

For example :
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vm3-6 $ ip route add "172.16.2.160/28" via "fc00:1234:4::3" dev "eth2"

but it sends me the error:
Error: an inet address is expected rather than "fc00:1234:4::3"


Now, it works fine if I'm doing ipv4 -> ipv4 or ipv6 -> ipv6.
Example that works:
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vm1 $ ip -6 route add "fc00:1234:1::/64" via "fc00:1234:3::16" dev "eth1"
vm1 $ ip route add "172.16.2.160/28" via "172.16.2.132" dev "eth2"

Here is an idea of the network:
Image

More info here:
http://open.store.u4a.at/WebShare/address.html

Thanks in advance for your help :wink:
Hip
 
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