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How to configure a tunnel
- Subject: How to configure a tunnel
- From: [email protected] (Masaki Hirabaru)
- Date: Tue, 06 Aug 1996 20:08:29 -0400
- In-reply-to: Your message of "Thu, 25 Jul 1996 19:14:17 EDT." <[email protected]>
I previously reported how to make a configured tunnel on inria
ipv6 freebsd version, but I found another better way.
If you use a configuration similar to that I posted before, you
will see that all outgoing packets generated on that machine for
the configured tunnel have a compatible address as its source,
which means that returning packets will be through automatic
tunneling. I learned how the inria ipv6 implemented configured
tunneling, and found the following way.
ifconfig sit0 inet6 fe80::c0:f000:e59a
route -n add -inet6 -net fe80::c051:6042/128 ::192.168.10.103
ifconfig sit0 inet6 5f00:ed00:c66c:3c00::153
route -n add -inet6 -net 5f00:ed00:c0a8:0a00::/80 ::192.168.10.103
In this case, the destination has a link-local address as well as
a global one. When sending a packet destined to one of them, its
source address will be corresponding one. I believe this doesn't
affect automatic tunneling.