Question Seeking remedy for "RTNETLINK answers: Permission denied"

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Question Seeking remedy for "RTNETLINK answers: Permission denied"

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DS418play, DS213j, DS3621+, DSM 7.0.4-11091
I've been tinkering with markusmcnugen-qbittorrentvpn trying to get it to work with AirVPN. I'm darned close, but I ran into this (read from bottom to top):



After a cursory search, I ran across this...
Due to a change in docker, you have to --ipv6 and provide a --fixed-cidr-v6, otherwise IPv6 is disabled automatically inside the containers.

You can also explicitly enable via sysctl by adding the following to your docker-compose or passing it as a flag to docker run.
Code:
      sysctls:

          - net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6=0
and this...
Got it working by adding
Code:
--sysctl net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6=0
to the docker run command.
... but I'm stumped on how to do this. It's not obvious in the Synology Docker GUI. I've just started using Portainer... maybe? there's a way to edit the container there?

The thought I had was to export the container setting and edit the export file to include CODE]--sysctl net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6=0[/CODE] and then reimport that. Does that make sense?

Suggestions welcome...
Reference: RTNETLINK answers: Permission denied · Issue #75 · dperson/openvpn-client
 
1,071
356
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DS418play, DS213j, DS3621+, DSM 7.0.4-11091
OK... I've found a workaround. I eliminated IPv6 from the ovpn configuration. Downloading nicely.
 

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