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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
Between two Solaris systems with IPv4 connectivity, it should be dead
Create /etc/hosname6/ip.tun0 (or 1 or 2 or 3...) on each machine;
the contents are
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.