I have a Internet connection of 8mbit/s adsl (half mbit/s up) -> connected to a Linux pc (kernel 2.4.21)
*on this pc I run firewall, squid, pop3, sendmail, dhcpd, named, sshd, apache, ntpd, jabberd, routed, etc.
Thus, it acts like a isp (for users of my lan)
there are several other pcs on lan, running different OS(s) win98, linux, win2k, winxp,frebsd, amiga,qnx,etc.
*user pcs are spread over two subnets, hard wired, for each pc @ 10,mbit/s up/down.
This setup has been working stable for a long time (over 10 years )
Thinking on providing ipv6 connectivity to my users, I registered a ipv6 tunnel on Hurricane Electric's.
Well , the tunnel is working, and several services are now available via ipv6 too.
httpd , named, sshd, yacy server ..., (I hope squid ipv6 works next week)
however I am failing to provide ipv6 connectity to other pcs of my lan.
I have already installed radvd
RDNSS 2001:470:4:27::2 2001:470:5:27::
then I go to my son pc, (winxp sp3) and typed on a dos prompt
netsh interface ipv6 add v6v4tunnel IP6Tunnel 192.168.22.50 192.168.22.14
netsh interface ipv6 add address IP6Tunnel 2001:470:5:27::2
netsh interface ipv6 add route ::/0 IP6Tunnel 2001:470:5:27::1
all nice ,
only problem ; this is *not* working -:(
From pc that has ip 2001:470:4:27::2 I can ping 2001:470:5:27::1 and 2001:470:5:27::2 and the world
From pc that has ip 2001:470:5:27::2 I can ping 2001:470:5:27::1 and 2001:470:4:27::2 but the world
Is the problem that he-ipv6 tunnels are limited to a single pc :?:
Thus , Do I need a bgp tunnel instead , to get this working :?:
ps: I dont have a RIR Allocated ASN :wink: