[TriLUG] IPv6 Networking on CentOS (RHEL)
gwbrown1 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 20 19:28:21 EST 2011
I've been a user of 6to4 using M0n0wall on my home and public networks located at the Outer Banks for years. Still I've not ever configured static IPv6 on a *NIX box so I'll looking forward to the lesson!
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On Dec 20, 2011, at 5:28 PM, Randy Barlow <randy at electronsweatshop.com> wrote:
> On 12/20/2011 05:19 PM, Seva Adari wrote:
>> I am not clear on how this migration (from ip4 to ip6) is going to work
>> out for end users (individual networks). Don't we need to have our
>> respective ISP's involved in this? Ultimately they are the gateway keepers
>> of our traffic and if they are not part of the picture, does anything that
>> we do at our end would have any bearing?
> I have IPv6 at $WORK (/home/rbarlow) and at $HOME (/home/rbarlow),
> neither of which are provided by my $ISPs. I used
> http://tunnelbroker.com to do this for free, and I highly recommend you
> check that out.
> Also, I just got the Samsung Galaxy Nexus last week on Verizon's 4G
> network, and it looks like Verizon is providing native v6 service on
> their 4G network. In addition, I now have a 20x20 connection on my phone.
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