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6to4 tunneling using a cable modem
Right. I don't think 6to4 has any special advantage if your IPv4 address is dynamic.
Better to find a tunnel broker.
> Hi Daniel,
> Basically whay you need is just an IP connection to the Internet to setup
> your tunnel. So a cable modem should be fine.
> I use linux for my hookup to 6bone and it does the job well.
> To get a tunnel i suggest to look at www.freenet6.net, they offer tunnels
> to individual users and they provide a sample install script to configure
> The drawback is that you have to request a new tunnel each time your ip
> Hope this helps..
> Daniel Morgan wrote:
> > I'm interested in learning IPv6, and it seems the best way to learn it
> > is to use it. Thus, I have several questions about 6to4 tunneling.
> > Can a home user using a cable modem that only assigns a dynamic IPv4
> > address be used in 6to4 tunneling? My cable internet is provided by
> > Road Runner.
> > What is the easiest operating system to do IPv6 with: FreeBSD, Linux,
> > Solaris, or Windows NT?
> > I will assume, for the moment, that Linux is the easiest since so much
> > code and information is available for it, but you can prove me wrong.
> > How do I enable 6to4 support in Linux to work with a cable modem?
> > And I guess the most important question is how do I get a IPv6 address
> > connected somehow to the 6BONE?
> > Is there any ISPs willing to provide a IPv6 address to a home user in
> > the southeastern United States?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Daniel Morgan
> > [email protected]
> Hugo Trippaers
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