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-Options for the ipv6 module are supplied as parameters at load time.
-
-Module options may be given as command line arguments to the insmod
-or modprobe command, but are usually specified in either
-/etc/modules.d/*.conf configuration files, or in a distro-specific
-configuration file.
-
-The available ipv6 module parameters are listed below. If a parameter
-is not specified the default value is used.
-
-The parameters are as follows:
-
-disable
-
- Specifies whether to load the IPv6 module, but disable all
- its functionality. This might be used when another module
- has a dependency on the IPv6 module being loaded, but no
- IPv6 addresses or operations are desired.
-
- The possible values and their effects are:
-
- 0
- IPv6 is enabled.
-
- This is the default value.
-
- 1
- IPv6 is disabled.
-
- No IPv6 addresses will be added to interfaces, and
- it will not be possible to open an IPv6 socket.
-
- A reboot is required to enable IPv6.
-
-autoconf
-
- Specifies whether to enable IPv6 address autoconfiguration
- on all interfaces. This might be used when one does not wish
- for addresses to be automatically generated from prefixes
- received in Router Advertisements.
-
- The possible values and their effects are:
-
- 0
- IPv6 address autoconfiguration is disabled on all interfaces.
-
- Only the IPv6 loopback address (::1) and link-local addresses
- will be added to interfaces.
-
- 1
- IPv6 address autoconfiguration is enabled on all interfaces.
-
- This is the default value.
-
-disable_ipv6
-
- Specifies whether to disable IPv6 on all interfaces.
- This might be used when no IPv6 addresses are desired.
-
- The possible values and their effects are:
-
- 0
- IPv6 is enabled on all interfaces.
-
- This is the default value.
-
- 1
- IPv6 is disabled on all interfaces.
-
- No IPv6 addresses will be added to interfaces.
-