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ISP doesn't provide IPv6? Here's how to get it.

08-08-2013, 21:46
Quote Originally Posted by makno
what about using a dedicated as a tunnel broker?
You could but http://tunnelbroker.net will quite happily provide you with a 6in4 tunnel and route either a /64 or /48 down it for free.

They also have setup instructions for various routers.etc that support 6in4

06-08-2013, 19:42
Definitely going to have a dabble with this, thanks for posting Myatu.

11-04-2013, 23:10
what about using a dedicated as a tunnel broker?

03-11-2012, 17:56
There are several methods of obtaining IPv6 connectivity, including global 6in4 tunnels or tunnel brokers like Hurricane Electric or SixXs that give you a whole subnet to play with. But if you just want it for your home/office PC because your ISP doesn't provide it, here's a quick way that also works for those behind routers, ie., ADSL modem, 3G Mifi/Wifi dongles:

Windows users
Sign up for a free account at gogo6.com, and obtain the gogoCLIENT.

Ubuntu and Debian
sudo apt-get install gogoc
sudo gogoc
The configuration file is in /etc/gogoc/gogoc.conf if you wish to use it as an authenticated user.

General Linux users
As Windows users, but download and compile the Linux source code. I do believe there's a Fedora package floating around.

After running gogoc/gogoCLIENT, you should have a tun with an IPv6 address assigned from the 2001:5c0:1000:a::/64 pool (anonymous) or 2001:5c0:1000:b::/64 (authenticated - requires account).

Then head on over to http://test-ipv6.com/

P.S.: There is a spam control question, asking you what the most popular Internet Protocol is. The answer is: IPv4