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doc:howto:ipv6 [2013/11/05 19:47]
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doc:howto:ipv6 [2014/09/18 23:53] (current)
glphvgacs ip6prefix required, password !required
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**option mtu 1452** **option mtu 1452**
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==== 6in4 tunneling ==== ==== 6in4 tunneling ====
[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/6in4|6in4]] is a method to encapsulate IPv6 traffic into an IPv4 tunnel. It is mostly used by tunnel brokers and requires manual configuration. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/6in4|6in4]] is a method to encapsulate IPv6 traffic into an IPv4 tunnel. It is mostly used by tunnel brokers and requires manual configuration.
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option proto 6in4 option proto 6in4
option peeraddr  '216.66.80.30' option peeraddr  '216.66.80.30'
- option ip6addr  '2001:0db8:1f0a:1359::2/64'+ option ip6addr  '2001:0db8:1f0**__a__**:1359::2/64' 
 +        # see notes below for why ip6prefix is required 
 + option ip6prefix '2001:0db8:1f0**__b__**:1359::2/64'
option tunnelid  '12345' option tunnelid  '12345'
- option username  '14c4b06b824ec593239362517f538b29+ option username  'username
- option password  '5f4dcc3b5aa765d61d8327deb882cf99'+       # you no longer need to use your portal password (see notes below) 
 + # option password  'password' 
 + # use updatekey for security 
 +        option updatekey 'updatekey'
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  * **216.66.80.30**  is the remote IPv4 address (the other side of the tunnel)   * **216.66.80.30**  is the remote IPv4 address (the other side of the tunnel)
  * **2001:0db8:1f0a:1359::2/64** is the local IPv6 tunnel endpoint (labeled "Client IPv6 Address" on the Tunnel Details page in your HE account).   * **2001:0db8:1f0a:1359::2/64** is the local IPv6 tunnel endpoint (labeled "Client IPv6 Address" on the Tunnel Details page in your HE account).
-  * **tunnelid**, **username**, and **password** are provided by the tunnel broker. \\ \\ :!: For Hurricane Electric tunnels, the username is NOT the username for tunnelbroker.net. The username is the user id listed on the main page of your tunnelbroker.net account (called the "API Key" elsewhere). The password is the md5 hash of the tunnelbroker.net password. For details, see [[https://ipv4.tunnelbroker.net/ipv4_end.php|https://ipv4.tunnelbroker.net/ipv4_end.php]]+as of change set 41358 
 +  * **tunnelid** is provided by the tunnel broker.  
 +  * **username**, **password** and **updatekey** are the **//plain text//**  entries from your HE Tunnel Broker account. 
 +and the following no longer applies 
 + 
 +<del>:!: For Hurricane Electric tunnels, the username is NOT the username for tunnelbroker.net. The username is the user id listed on the main page of your tunnelbroker.net account (called the "API Key" elsewhere). The password is the md5 hash of the tunnelbroker.net password. For details, see [[http://ipv4.tunnelbroker.net/ipv4_end.php|http://ipv4.tunnelbroker.net/ipv4_end.php]]</del> 
 + 
 +:!: (from notes here [[doc/uci/network#protocol.dhcpv6]]) HE.net has introduced updatekey as default for new tunnels in February 2014. 
 + 
 +:!: (from notes here [[doc/uci/network#protocol.dhcpv6]]) although ip6prefix isn't required, sourcerouting, enabled by default, will prevent forwarding of packets unless ip6prefix is specified. 
With Attitude Adjustment, once you have added the above interface definition you have to run /etc/init.d/network restart in order to have it effected. With Attitude Adjustment, once you have added the above interface definition you have to run /etc/init.d/network restart in order to have it effected.
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:!: to be completed - please help ? :!: to be completed - please help ?
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 +==== IPv6 on softwire ====
 +
 +Some ISPs use so-called '''softwires''' to provide IPv6 connectivity (e.g. SFR in France). It's basically L2TP + PPP on top of IPv4, see [[doc:howto:ipv6.softwire]].
===== Propagate IPv6 subnet to LAN ===== ===== Propagate IPv6 subnet to LAN =====

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