Quantum Scientific wrote:
After a week of intensive research and full-time study, it's become clear that
IPV6 support, as it comes in standard Linux 2.6 kernels, is effectively
Strange how I use this non-functional support every day.
I have a properly working firewall, but it appears there is no stateful
filtering nor connection tracking in the IPV6 stack. I send out an
So is there something I'm missing? Am I completely fscked-up when I say that
it doesn't work in practice, because there is no stateful packet filtering
nor connection tracking?
Yes. IPv6 does not need NAT'ing. Everyone should have a global
address. Connection tracking is not needed.