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Playing with IPv6 at home (ADSL/CABLE)

Ismael Briones Vilar
http://www.inkatel.com
mailto:ismak@inkatel.com

Last Revision: 18 de junio 2003

Resumen:

This is an introduction of how to use IPv6 at home with your ADSL or CABLE internet conection. We are going to explain how to compile the kernel and configure our linux system to be able to use IPv6 in our computers at home. We are going to use IPv6 using configured tunnels with the http://www.freenet6.netFreenet6 project. Configured tunnel is a transitional method standardized by the IETF to use IPv6 in coexistence with IPv4 by encapsulating IPv6 packets over IPv4. Freenet6 was the first public tunnel server service and one of the most used in the world to delegate automatically one single IPv6 address to any host already connected to an IPv4 network over configured tunnel.






















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