On 12/02/11 17:51, 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.
Let us know what they say. I'd be interested in finding out, but I'm not
> I have the following:
>> * a Squeeze Debian install.
> * a Cisco EPC2425
> * a dynamic IPv4 address.
>> What are my options?
As Gavin says, a SixXS tunnel would probably be the best bet.
Upon registration you can apply for a tunnel, and if you keep the tunnel
alive for one week, you can apply for a /48 subnet.
You can either use aiccu as a dynamic client to update the HEAnet PoP of
your current address, or you can point the tunnel to a static IPv4 endpoint.
My UPC IP address hasn't changed in months, so is it essentially as good
as static. I think I've only had 2 IP addresses in over two years with
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