I guess the obvious option is to register for a tunnel with sixxs and use
the aiccu package available in the Debian archive. If you want to provide
IPv6 to other computers you can apply to sixxs for an IPv6 space
allocation, set up radvd to advertise a prefix to the other computers and
set up IPv6 routing on your squeeze box.
I'm not sure if the cisco has any IPv6 tunnelling options but I guess that
would be preferable if it did.
On Sat, 12 Feb 2011, Kevin Lyda wrote:
> So yesterday I got my UPC broadband. I have sent them a mail asking
> if they offer IPv6 (I suspect not but I've ticked the "customer demand
> for IPv6" box). That leaves setting up an IPv6 tunnel.
>> I have the following:
>> * a Squeeze Debian install.
> * a Cisco EPC2425
> * a dynamic IPv4 address.
>> What are my options?
> Kevin Lyda
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