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If I run IPv6 with tunnelling on my PC, and I connect to the Net through an IPv4-only ISP, can I browse an IPv6-only site like googlev6.com? And how?

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@Ganesh, not trying to be snarky... but have you tried googling this? – Mike Pennington Apr 22 '11 at 0:51
    
@Mike, sorry.. is it that simple? – Ganesh Apr 22 '11 at 1:01
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I believe you're looking for a 6in4 tunnel.

Hurricane Electric's tunnelbroker.net terminates 6in4 tunnels for free.

Also, resolving googlev6.com returns NXDOMAIN. Maybe you're thinking of ipv6.google.com? That resolves to a AAAA record and is only available via IPv6.

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