Installation HOST-Node

  • Install AICCU on the HOST-Node
  • Modify /etc/aiccu.conf
  • Start AICCU (e.g.: /etc/init.d/aiccu start)

Installation Guests

Ok, there are two different ways to make the guests recognize ipv6. The first step is creating every file for the planned device on your own - the other one is using our script which i would suggest you ;)

1. Create devices on your own

  • Create a new interface in your vservers configuration directory (e.g.: mkdir /etc/vservers/vserver0/interfaces/99)
  • Copy the name file of default interface of the desired vserver into the created directory (e.g.: cp /etc/vservers/vserver0/interfaces/0/name /etc/vservers/vserver1/interfaces/99/name)
  • Paste a desired IPv6 of your IPv6-Subnet into the IP-Configfile (e.g.: echo "2001:6f8:119b:ffff::1" > /etc/vservers/vserver0/interfaces/99/ip)
  • Paste "ff::" into into the Broadcast-IPv6-Configfile (e.g.: echo "ff::" > /etc/vservers/vserver0/interfaces/99/bcast)
  • Paste "sixxs" into into the Dev-Configfile (e.g.: echo "sixxs" > /etc/vservers/vserver0/interfaces/99/dev)
  • Paste the Netmask ("64") into the Mask-Configfile (e.g.: echo "64" > /etc/vservers/vserver0/interfaces/99/mask)
  • You're done !

2. Create devices using our script

  • You're done - quite faster huh?! ;)