I was used to use DHCP spoofing on my DSL router (Alcatel speedtouch pro) on my previous OS Redhat 8.0
without IP6. (DHCP-spoofing = assigning the external IP addres to a Internal client (router acts as modem))
After installing Fedora core 2, I was getting the right (external ip address), but routing didn't function anymore
so i was forced to use NAT translation on the router. But I do want to use the spoofing on the router (in my case
this results in faster internet access).
Could this be related to IP6, and if this is the case, how to disable IP6 without recompiling the kernel?
I am rather convinced of the fact that the router is OK, because the spoofing stil works on a W2K box.
Can anybody give me a clue where to look?
With kind regards
Fons van der Beek