Last updated：2021-08-04 11:26:31
If you encounter the following problems, it is recommended that you use the kec-ipv6-setup-utils tool detailed in this topic to automatically configure IPv6 addresses:
The configuration tool is applicable to standard Linux images provided by Kingsoft Cloud and custom images created based on the standard images.
The configuration tool uses a DHCP client to automatically configure IPv6 addresses for instances already assigned with IPv6 addresses, or to automatically clear existing IPv6 configurations for instances not assigned with IPv6 addresses.
Click to download the configuration tool.
Save the configuration tool to a running instance.
Execute the following command as the
root user to view instructions on how to use the script.
chmod +x ./kec-ipv6-setup-utils ./kec-ipv6-setup-utils --enable
kec-ipv6-setup-utils v0.0.1 Usage: kec-ipv6-setup-utils command ...[parameters].... Commands: --help, -h, -V Show this help message. --version, -v, -V Show version info. --enable Enable ipv6. --disable Disable ipv6.
Commands used to enable and disable IPv6 are as follows:
./kec-ipv6-setup-utils --enable #Enable IPv6. ./kec-ipv6-setup-utils --disable #Disable IPv6.
need to reboot
It indicates that the instance needs to be restarted. This prompt has the highest priority. You must ignore all other prompts and restart the instance first.
Even if the script restarts the network and does not get the ipv6 address, we will execute 'dhclient -6 &' again, try to get the available address. If you still find that the network card does not have a normal ipv6 address, please try to update the dhcp client software.
It indicates that you are recommended to upgrade your DHCP client.
The configuration tool uses a DHCP client to automatically configure IPv6 addresses for instances already assigned with IPv6 addresses. When the
kec-ipv6-setup-utils --enable command is executed, the ENIs will be restarted to rediscover IPv6 addresses. If the correct IPv6 addresses are not found, the system will execute
dhclient -6 & to try to obtain the IPv6 addresses once again.
If the prompt appears together with the
need to reboot prompt, restart the instance first. Otherwise, you need to manually upgrade your DHCP client.
Select the method for manually upgrading the DHCP client based on your operating system. These methods include:
For CentOS, Fedora, and RedHat operating systems
yum install dhclient
For Ubuntu operating systems
sudo apt-get install isc-dhcp-client sudo apt-get install isc-dhcp-common
For Debian operating systems, the latest version of DHCP client on Debian 9 is recommended
sudo apt-get install isc-dhcp-client sudo apt-get installisc-dhcp-client >= 4.3.5
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