IPv6 connectivity in Debian

11.06.2007 11:55

Hruške wrote about how to get IPv6 connectivity in Debian.

A few days ago I found out by accident that there is a simpler way: just install the tspc package (Some web site said to me "you are using IPv6" and I said "Wow. When did I configure that?" then remembered I installed some IPv6-related package a while ago to read its documentation). No configuration necessary and it works from behind a NAT.

It is a different kind of connectivity though (point-to-point tunnel versus 6to4), but it's good enough for just poking around the 128 bit address space and trying out a few pings.

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