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Requirements for joining the 6Bone
I did some playing with this and set up my dial-up linux box as an IPv6
router, got it to obtain an IPv6 address and network from an HTML form (BTs)
and then used radvd to inform a couple of IPv6 clients.
It needed a custom perl script to go to the form and then setup local config
but it worked after a fashion :)
I wrote 25 pages of notes that went through from kernel config, Bind 9
setup, radvd, and wrote a noddy client/server. It's not a HOWTO but it
documents my ramblings somewhat :)
If anyone wants I'll send or post them up.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Smith [mailto:[email protected]]
> Sent: 12 August 2001 19:58
> To: [email protected]
> Subject: Requirements for joining the 6Bone
> I am interested in IPv6 and, having read the "How to join the 6bone"
> document (http://www.6bone.net/6bone_hookup.html), I now have a
> The document talks about building a configured IPv4 tunnel to the
> 6bone point of entry. This leads me to believe that to connect to the
> 6bone one must first be in possession of a static IPv4 address.
> Is a static IPv4 address a requirement of joining the 6bone?
> Is is possible for a dialup user with a dynamic ISP-assigned IPv4
> address to join the 6bone?
> Thanks in advance,
> Chris Smith
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