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April 18, 2008, at 07:27 AM by Jan Joris Vereijken -- Deleted my own entry, because it really was a HOWTO, not an INFO. Recreated as HOWTO.
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IPv6 works fine out of the box for Debian.

If you want to use your Debian slug to connect to a IPv6 tunnelbroker, like www.sixxs.net, you also need to do the following preparations:

  • install the package iproute
  • add the modules "ipv6" and "tun" to /etc/modules

After that, follow the instructions given by your tunnelbroker. The generic Debian instructions will work.

This works for me via the XS4ALL? (www.xs4all.nl) tunnelbroker (only open to XS4ALL? customers).

Once you have a working IPv6 setup, do a "ping6 joost.fnerk.org" to ping my Slug!

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April 18, 2008, at 07:16 AM by Jan Joris Vereijken -- minor edit
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If you want to use your Debian slug to connect to a IPv6 tunnelbroker, like http://www.sixxs.net/main/, you also need to do the following preparations:

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If you want to use your Debian slug to connect to a IPv6 tunnelbroker, like www.sixxs.net, you also need to do the following preparations:

April 18, 2008, at 07:14 AM by Jan Joris Vereijken -- rudimentary advice for IPv6 tunnelbroker setup on Debian
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IPv6 works fine out of the box for Debian.

If you want to use your Debian slug to connect to a IPv6 tunnelbroker, like http://www.sixxs.net/main/, you also need to do the following preparations:

  • install the package iproute
  • add the modules "ipv6" and "tun" to /etc/modules

After that, follow the instructions given by your tunnelbroker. The generic Debian instructions will work.

This works for me via the XS4ALL? (www.xs4all.nl) tunnelbroker (only open to XS4ALL? customers).

Once you have a working IPv6 setup, do a "ping6 joost.fnerk.org" to ping my Slug!

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