I tried the trunk build of bb, wifi seems much better on my wr841n, however I have problems with ipv6. I was not able to ssh to my router, because I got ipv6 adress only in ifconfig eth0, I don't know what ipv6 adress should I ssh to, I don't know a thing about ipv6 and to be honest I don't want to know (yet). What is the correct way to disable ipv6? I don't want it at all, we still have plenty of ipv4 adresses in here, so most isps (including mine) do not support ipv6, so I don't need it too. Why should i rembeber adress like a week long, when I can still use those nice ipv4 adresses...
In etc/config there's
# Uncomment this line to disable ipv6 rules option disable_ipv6 1
Is it as simple as that? Or should I comment out wan6 interface in /etc/config/network too? Or yet another things elsewhere?
Question two: How can I compile without ipv6 support (to save flash space)? In make menuconfig I've tried to uncheck
[ ] Enable IPv6 support in packages
But to my big surprise, router stopped routing. The cause was probably this:
root@wr841n:~# /etc/init.d/firewall start fw3: can't load library 'libip6tc.so.0'
(Last edited by nozombian on 21 Dec 2013, 02:36)