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Apr
8
answered ipv6 not public availible
Apr
4
revised What is the difference between 127.0.0.1 and my assigned IPv4 address?
Fix IP range
Mar
18
comment How to get the ipv6 address marked with a specific scope?
This is a stable published interface: tldp.org/HOWTO/Linux+IPv6-HOWTO/proc-net.html
Mar
18
revised How to get the ipv6 address marked with a specific scope?
Fix typo in command
Mar
1
comment IPv6 tunnel broker, other devices unable to access ipv6 internet
On the DevLaptop (for now). As long as your IPv4 on that laptop is broken you'll need IPv6 DNS resolvers to have some connectivity. Usually you'd provision IPv6 DNS resolvers either through the RDNSS option in the RA or by using stateless DHCPv6.
Mar
1
comment IPv6 tunnel broker, other devices unable to access ipv6 internet
So your IPv4 is broken and your IPv6 is working ☺ If you put the Google IPv6 resolvers 2001:4860:4860::8888 and 2001:4860:4860::8844 in your resolv.conf then you'll at least have working DNS again.
Mar
1
comment IPv6 tunnel broker, other devices unable to access ipv6 internet
That looks like your IPv4 routing is failing
Mar
1
comment IPv6 tunnel broker, other devices unable to access ipv6 internet
Routing looks good!
Mar
1
comment IPv6 tunnel broker, other devices unable to access ipv6 internet
Try asking a public DNS resolver directly: dig @8.8.8.8 www.google.com aaaa. Asking over IPv6 shouldn't make a difference: dig @2001:4860:4860::8888 www.google.com aaaa.
Mar
1
comment IPv6 tunnel broker, other devices unable to access ipv6 internet
Sorry, I meant the routing table of your RPi ☺
Mar
1
comment IPv6 tunnel broker, other devices unable to access ipv6 internet
Please edit your question and put in the right addresses. Can you also show your IPv6 routing table? And if you've configured it your ip6tables.
Mar
1
answered IPv6 tunnel broker, other devices unable to access ipv6 internet
Feb
4
comment Routing 6to4 packets through NAT
You can forward protocol 41 packets through NAT. The problem is that the inside box doesn't have the public address so the standard 6to4 doesn't work there. You'd have to trick it into using a public address that it doesn't have. Considering the low reliability of 6to4 you're better off with a managed tunnel.
Feb
4
answered Routing 6to4 packets through NAT
Jan
29
comment How to get Public IP (routable on the internet) from WiMax Broadband connection?
Have you asked your ISP if you can get a public IP address?
Jan
28
comment How to extend ipv4 addresses to 64 bit?
Enhanced IP? Completely useless... IPv6 is what is being deployed.
Jan
21
comment unable to connect ubuntu ipv6 host to cisco router
I think you're using the ping tool, which is for IPv4. You need to use the ping6 tool.
Jan
12
comment unable to connect ubuntu ipv6 host to cisco router
PS: ipv6 enable is only necessary if you don't set an address. Setting an IPv6 address automatically enables IPv6 on an interface.
Jan
12
comment unable to connect ubuntu ipv6 host to cisco router
For just pinging this should be enough
Jan
12
revised unable to connect ubuntu ipv6 host to cisco router
Fix lay-out