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http://www.freenet6.net should be able to help you out -- they let you
create dynamic tunnels through a website application. You'll probably have
to redo the procedure every time you dial up, but it is a start.
- -Jason Martin
Fri, 23 Feb 2001, Raju Mathur wrote:
> I've been lurking on this list for a couple of weeks and have noticed
> that most queries seem to come from ISP's and other service providers.
> Does the 6bone encourage individual connections? I'm an independent
> consultant in India trying to get up to speed on IPv6 technologies so
> that I can advise my current and future clients appropriately. I'm
> connected intermittently to the 'net through dial-up with a dynamic IP
> address. Are there any ``dial-up friendly'' providers who'd permit me
> to tunnel to them using a changing IPv4 address on the 6bone? Any
> special considerations for someone in my position?
> -- Raju
And it's only ones and zeros.
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