How to prevent tomato from obtaining a IPv6 address via SLAAC?

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by pclov3r, Dec 15, 2013.

  1. pclov3r

    pclov3r Reformed Router Member

    How do I prevent tomato from obtaining a IPv6 address via SLAAC? Another router in my network runs radvd.

    Both routers are a Wi-Fi AP and switch and do no routing. I set them up with a static IPv6 address and it wants to obtain another via SLAAC and sometimes bind the web interface to that address for the IPv6 which is what I don't want.

    The goal is to prevent it from doing that. I can't disable RAs otherwise, IPv6 wont work.

    Any ideas?
     
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