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On Tue, 9 Jan 2001, Mithrandir wrote:

> As the 'kwak' doctor in the Simpsons would say:
> 
> Hello, Everybody !
> 
> I'm working with Sun Solaris8 machines IPv6 compatible.
> Recently I succeeded in tunneling IPv6 in IPv4 with two
> Cisco 2500 series routers.
> 
> This time I want to try to communicate with two IPv6 hosts
> with two IPv4 cisco routers inbetween.
> 
> This is the second type of tunnel we want to experiment with.
> Does anyone have some pointers.
> Sorry but the documentation is too dificult to understand.
> Call me a dummy. (I don't care)
> I like interacting with people.
> 
> The cisco configuration is still available, just ask
> 
> Thanks
> Greetings
> Mithrandir.

Between two Solaris systems with IPv4 connectivity, it should be dead
easy.
	Create /etc/hosname6/ip.tun0  (or 1 or 2 or 3...) on each machine;
the contents are
tdst a.b.c.d
where a.b.c.d is the IPv4 address of the other one. (you might need
tsrc w.x.y.z where w.x.y.z is the address of the host).

Reboot 'em both.

Pete.