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I have been searching for a long time ipv4 to ipv6 proxy program but i nothing found... Currently i have IPv4 address however i would like to try IPv6 address. Is there a simple solution for IPV6 access from an IPV4 network?

I am running Windows XP and connected to the internet over a WIFI connection

I've tried (I did not understand what to do), convert ipv4 to ipv6 software (joking?), gogoCLIENT - Basic Version and gogoCLIENT - Home Access Version none of which is working for me.

If possible I'd like a simple solution - I'm not an engineer and would prefer something not too complicated.

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Which connection option did you use in gogo6? – Journeyman Geek Nov 11 '12 at 0:29
Windows XP has zero support for IPv6 to my knowlege. – Ramhound Nov 16 '12 at 17:40
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Well, there's IPV6 tunnels and proxies. You're talking about a tunnel in this case I believe.

If you want to access IPv6 resources as a client, I believe installing teredo should do the trick, somewhat slowly - netsh interface ipv6 install installs IPV6 support and netsh interface ipv6 set teredo client installs teredo

Setting up IPV6 tunnels is a pain unless its a single computer connected directly to the net - the only options thats worked is the gogo6 client with the udpv6 option, and its worked perfectly behind a lan with no other configuration for me. I notice you've tried this but without knowing the specific errors and messages its hard to say what is going on.

If its 'simply' to access ipv6 websites sixxs has a web proxy available

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