Basically I have 3 machines (2 virtual and 1 physical) that I would like to be able to RDP in to from outside my NAT (a router).
The VMs are Windows 7 and Windows XP, both fully patched with Teredo installed and working, both running in VirtualBox (their host also has Teredo working, though I'm not sure if that matters). They both have bridged network adapters with promiscuous mode enabled.
The physical machine is Windows 7 fully patched with an HFS server running on it and a dynamic DNS set up for my public IPv4 address and port forwarded. It also has Teredo installed and working.
- According to http://test-ipv6.com/ all 3 have public IPv6 addresses, and they can all connect to
- I can ping the XP VM from the host it's running on but I cannot ping it from any other machine.
- Also, I cannot ping either of the other machines from anywhere.
- I cannot connect to any of them over RDP from IPv6, however I can connect to all of them through IPv4.
Any ideas what is going wrong?