On Jul 10, 2008, at 1:10 PM, Daniele Guazzoni wrote:
> Am I missing something ?
> Where do I enter the IPv4 endpoint to build a 6to4 tunnel ?
You don't - it always uses the 6to4 relay anycast address
(18.104.22.168, RFC 3068), which will typically cause your outbound IPv6
traffic to be routed via SWITCH from the networks of Swiss ISPs.
> Up to now I've got a HE.net 6to4 on a Cisco router:
> interface tunnel0
> description HE.net IPv6 Tunnel
> no ip address
> ipv6 enable
> ipv6 address 2001:465:1c34:a6::2/64
> tunnel source 22.214.171.124
> tunnel destination 126.96.36.199
> tunnel mode ipv6ip
This is not really a 6to4 tunnel, but a normal point-to-point tunnel
(6to4 uses the prefix 2002::/32). Support for this may be added to
m0n0wall if 6to4 proves to cause too many problems for end users;
however 6to4 is much easier to use because you don't have to register
with a tunnel broker.