Question about 6to4
steve at ibctech.ca
Sat May 16 01:56:31 CEST 2009
Jay Hennigan wrote:
> Martin List-Petersen wrote:
>> There are a few more. m0n0wall will run on pretty much any x86 based
>> platform and you can configure IPv6 via GUI, it does 6to4, native, 6in4
>> and SixXS dynamic tunnels, not ayiya, too.
>> OpenWRT and DD-WRT (haven't looked at them lately) offer IPv6, but no
>> GUI configuration for it.
> Do they support V6DHCP?
>> There are certain exception releases of routers that do, like the D-Link
>> DIR-615 rev: C1 (and yes, it's not in rev B or rev D)
> Same question.
>> The Apple Airport Xtreme does it .. again .. that's the $80+ range and
>> well, as of recent the lab firmware for the AVM Fritz! routers, but they
>> are well over $80+
> Are you sure the Apple Airport supports native? I'm aware that it does
> tunnels, also same question for V6DHCP.
> We're providing a V6DHCP /56 to home DSL users, and the only CPE that
> supports dual-stack with V6DHCP I've found is the Cisco 8XX series. Not
> really practical for the masses.
For resi CPE, we use Ovislink ADSL NAT gateways.
They have generally been quite receptive to listen to software change
requests in the past (and we only buy ~40/month). We do not send out any
CPE to resi clients that isn't configured with PPPoE and NAT, which
saves us obvious headaches down the road (well, double-NAT is off-topic
Their equipment uses Busybox. Thanks to Dan White's post, I was able to
verify that ``ifconfig'' took an IPv6 assignment command without error,
but it didn't show up in the config afterward.
Does anyone else use Ovislink products for their resi DSL subs? The gear
is in the price range we are after, and I'm sure it wouldn't take much
for them to add in v6 support if a few of us went with the request together.
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