I have setup
DNS64+NAT64 on a machine with 2 interfaces:
IPv4 address (connected to outside world)
eth1: global scope
I can successfully use
ping6 google.com on this machine.
Now I want to connect my MacBook to this machine by making it an
IPv6-only client and perform some tests, but I do not have an
IPv6 address assigned on this MacBook. I'm wondering, how should I manually assign one so as to route all my
IPv6 traffic (I will disable IPv4 on my MacBook) to this machine, which will be picked up by
DNS64+NAT64 to be converted to
IPv4 requests and sent to the outside world?
NAT64+DNS64 machine is running
Debian. I installed
Miredo on my Macbook, and now I have
2001:: IPv6 address; however I cannot ping my Debian machine using it. (Both the notebooks are on wired LAN in the university network and I can ping the
IPv4 address of the machine offcourse)
so I installed radvd on the debian machine; and now my macbook gets an IPv6 address from the debian machine and all the IPv6 traffic is routing through the debian machine to make my setup work!
I am also blogging about my setup at http://ipv6transeval.tumblr.com/ if anyone is interested