I’m trying expose my Fedora box as an IPv6-only HTTP server, and I’m having difficulty setting up the networking, because there are three parts.
- I have a company that will give me an AAAA record to map a public IPv6 address to a domain
- I have a router provided by my telecom company
- And I have a box running Fedora 31 behind that router.
When I look at the IPv6 info the router provides, it says the following, except I replaced some numbers with ‘aaaa’ to be cautious.
| Service Type | native IPv6 |
| Global Unicast IPv6 Address | 2001:aaaa:aaaa:aaaa::1 |
| Link Local Address | fe80::aaaa:aaaa:aaaa:f671 |
| Default IPv6 Gateway Address | fe80::aaaa:aaaa:aaaa:6c01 |
I think I need to use this info in NetworkManager and in radvd to create a static IPv6 address that I can point my AAAA record to, but, I’m not sure how to do that.