Question : Disabling IPv4 and IPv6 on AIX
How do I disable anything related to IPv6 or 4 on AIX 6.1 and 5.3
I do not use IPv on our systems
Solution: Disabling IPv4 and IPv6 on AIX
Now that’s just a bit paranoid!
ndp is by no means running at your machine, as it seems, only the binaries are present – which is normal for AIX, as they’re part of bos.net.tcp.client.
Disabling binaries present in the filesystem?
You could of course delete or rename them (it’s /usr/sbin/ndp, /usr/sbin/ndpd-host and /usr/sbin/ndpd-router).
A simpler way would be to remove the execute bit (chmod ugo-x /usr/sbin/ndpd*), but I fear retina will complain nonetheless.
Removing the files is most probably the only way to get rid of the retina complaint.
But – this will last only up to the next AIX update (TL or SP) where the files will reappear.
It’s your choice!
And – what is ipv ? IP-Video??