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 From:  "Daniele Guazzoni" <daniele dot guazzoni at gcomm dot ch>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] IPv6 6to4 configuration
 Date:  Thu, 10 Jul 2008 14:10:30 +0200 (CEST)
Uhm, 6to4 range is ok to play around but if you have an assigned prefix is
not really useful...

Actually the tunnel configuration would allow to route assigned or
allocated prefixes over PPPoE (which are mostly not v6 compliant).

Daniele

Manuel Kasper wrote:
> 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
> (192.88.99.1, 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 233.174.126.228
>> tunnel destination 216.66.84.46
>> 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.
>
> Regards,
>
> Manuel
>
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