Freenet6 IPv6 tunnel
Thu, 14 Sep 2000 16:41:44 +1200
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Hey all, you've probably seen this asked before, but i've looked all over and I
can't seem to find an answer.
Im trying to use the freenet6.net IPv6 over ipv4 tunnel.
Im using linux 2.2.16 (with updated nettools/etc) but when I run "route -A
inet6 default gw fe80::220.127.116.11 dev sit1" I get route: Resolver Error0
I can get ipv6 domain names by using ping6/etc but I can't seem to connect to
the other side of the tunnel or anywhere else in the IPv6 network?
(and yes, I have all the IPv6 stuff compiled into the kernel)
If someone could point me to a webpage that has something about this i'd
appreciate it. I've had a look at the IPv6 linux faqs, but none seem to help.
http://shell.world-net.co.nz/~kyhwana/decss/ - Kyh's DeCSS stuff
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