6to4relay -e [-a IPv4-address] -d -h
Enables support for tunnels between the 6to4 router and an anycast 6to4 relay router. The tunnel endpoint address is then set to 18.104.22.168, the default address for the anycast group of 6to4 relay routers.
Enables support for tunnels between the 6to4 router and a 6to4 relay router with the specified IPv4-address.
Disables support for tunneling to the 6to4 relay router, the default for Oracle Solaris.
Displays help for 6to4relay.
For more information, refer to the 6to4relay(1M) man page.
# /usr/sbin/6to4relay 6to4relay:6to4 Relay Router communication support is disabled
If relay router support is enabled, 6to4relay displays the following output:
# /usr/sbin/6to4relay 6to4relay:6to4 Relay Router communication support is enabled IPv4 destination address of Relay Router=22.214.171.124
If you specify the -a option and an IPv4 address to the 6to4relay command, the IPv4 address that you give with -a is displayed instead of 126.96.36.199.
6to4relay does not report successful execution of the -d, -e, and-a IPv4 address options. However, 6to4relay does display any error messages that might be generated when you run these options.