I am trying to figure out what my problem is. (May be something since birth???
Here's the deal.
I have a home network. I have a DSL connection. DSL modem connected to a Cisco Router.
Behind the router - Hmmm.. a bunch of stuff. You know, the usual. Networked printers, work stations, etc.
I am wondering if anyone has gotten the tunneling process working with the same kinda setup?? I would like to establish the tunnel with the Cisco router. I would like to sit with a workstation on my network and ping a server on the other side via IPv6. I also would like to browse Google via IPv6. I would like to run dual stack on my network and eventually, eliminate IPv6 if possible.. (Not for some time til most apps are fully IPv6 aware)
It looks like Protocol 41 might be my problem. I can't get any and I mean ANY direct answer via ATT about this. (Go figure..
Please let me know if anyone is attached to ATT, Home DSL and has the tunnel working with a Cisco router. (Cisco 2621XM or something similar) I'd like to know what could possibly be the issue or
am I stuck with a NAT problem or something like that.
When the Tunnel is tested, I can ping the IPv4 address, but, not the IPv6 number.
At the time of the test, all shields were down and the warp core was ejected so we were a sitting duck for incoming virus/hackers and sheer prying eyes. We still could not use the transporter to talk to the time lord in the tardus who keeps passing us in that darn flying phone booth.. Wooo Where did that come from.. I know I know. Way too much Star Trek and Dr. Who..
Anyway. No connection could be made..
Let me know what you think. (No. No... Not about the Star Trek comment, You know, The other thing)
Thanks guys and Gals....