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    How To Use SDN For A Single Server with Re6st
    • Last Update:2022-02-07
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    How To Use SDN For A Single Server

    Requirement List

    Download re6st

    Free re6st network:

    wget https://deploy.erp5.net/gnet/re6st

    Production re6st network:

    wget https://deploy.erp5.net/re6st

    For the people in China, please use this link for free network: 

    wget https://deploy.erp5.cn/gnet/re6st

    For the people in China, please use this link for production network: 

    wget https://deploy.erp5.cn/re6st

    Please note that the free service has certain limitations:

    • Free services are only available for 6 months;
    • Free services can be stopped at any time by Rapid.Space without notification;
    • Free services users may be requested to confirm the services they use every month.

    Run re6st

    sudo FORCE=yes bash re6st

    Since you already have a token from How To Request A Rapid.Space Re6st Token, you can just run the re6st command with root.

    Enter Token

    Your token [notoken]: [Your_token]

    The script will then download some packages and install re6st. Type the token you got in above when the script asks.

    If you are using copy/paste, beware of whitespaces or invisible characters that might be added when pasting your token.
    Please also make sure you have a free token if using free network, or a production token if using production network.

    Please skip or input no for this question:
    Enable Router Advertisement [no]: no

    You need to enable the router advertisement when Setup SDN On A Local Area Network.

    Test ipv6

    ip -6 route

    There are multiple ways to check if you can access IPv6 network. You can see the IPv6 address from the command ip -6 route. You can easily go to some test IPv6 website like https://test-ipv6.com/ with your different devices under the local network.