FreeBSD IPv6: Running rtsol on an IPv6 Router So my ISP (Teksavvy) supports native IPv6 right now. To do this, they send RA packets. My FreeBSD and / or Windows host are able to connect without configuration, using RA / RS. I am encapsulating my packets over PPPoE on interface tun0
However, when I turn on ipv6 routing by putting "ipv6_gateway_enable="YES" in rc.conf, rtsol (Router Solicitation daemon, required to acquire WAN ip address) refuses to run. This disables me getting an IP address.
When I try to run "rtsol tun0", i get the following messages
rtsol: kernel is configured not to accept RAs
rtsol: kernel is configured as a router, not a host
Any ideas on how to have my system setup as a router while receiving router solicitations on my WAN interface?