Netgroup support of ipv6 in Solaris/Linux
ignatios at cs.uni-bonn.de
Tue Jan 17 11:52:09 CET 2012
On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 09:27:51AM -0500, Matthew Huff wrote:
> Both the short name and long name have been present for 15+ years.
> The ipv4 and ipv6 resolve both forward and backward to the same name.
> However, any combination linux to linux, linux to solaris, solaris to
> linux or solaris to solaris prompts for password if the destination
> server and source server have ipv6. Some are on different subnets so I
> know they aren't using link locals. I have also verified that the
> servers are not using temporary addresses.
But... do the clients? I hear nowadays Linux can do that, for example.
The problem might be that the servers won't recognize the clients if
they come in via v6 from a temporary address.
(I had much ... fun ... diagnosing why WIndows XP could lpr print on
our NetBSD server while Windows 7 (Vista?) couldn't...)
Do the servers have useful log about why they refused to serve?
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