I have a ipv6 connection at home my prefix is 2a02:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx::/64 I do have a ipv4 address but this seems just to be a shared IP and I have no control over it.
My ISP is Virgin Media Ireland BTW.
My main PC. which has a publicly pingable IPv6 address, and a few VM's running on it as well which are also publicly pingable. Took a while to get the firewall rules setup but got there.
My Question Is there anyway that I can create some sort of tunnel or have some sort of resolution created to allow me to connect to these IP's via IPV4?
I can do that via IPv4 no bother. Set up a dyndns and create forwarding rules to the various machines I want to connect to via different ports.
If I try from a ipv4 machine to RDP into my IPv6 machine with the IPv6 address it obviously won't resolve.
Is there some sort of tunnel that I can create that essentially has a IPv4 endpoint but routes to my IPv6 machines?
Essentially, I'd like to create a dyndns that I can use and then add the port number so my FW directs the traffic internally to various VM's (FTP, VM, IIS)
I hope this makes sense