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[ale] How to test your public internet connection for open ports



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On 2/23/2011 7:08 PM, Michael Trausch wrote:
> What I have yet to do is come up with a method of generating all of my
> DNS configuration such that I can provide an IPv6 prefix and have the
> records themselves generated automatically.  I might actually opt not
> to do that and instead use a setup where my hosts just use DDNS to
> update the DNS server.

Isn't there a similar issue if you're being handed, for example, a /56
via a freenet6 tunnel, and you've got more than one network to use that
with (e.g. a wired network connected to the machine the tunnel connects
to, and a wireless network connected via a router (say, a WRT54G running
DDWRT) attached to the wired network.  Is there a standard automated way
to say, take the first /64 from the /56 and use it for the wired network
(I note the Ubuntu setup does this first part by generating an radvd
conf and (re)starting radvd) and handing off the second /64 in the /56
to the wireless router for use on the wireless network?  From what I see
so far, I'd have to manually config the wireless router, and if freenet6
should decide to change the /56 I'm being handed, I'd have to manually
change the config on the wireless router.

Ben
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