[menog] Rapid IPv6 deployment for World IPv6 Day

Owen DeLong owend at he.net
Wed Jun 8 13:07:26 GMT 2011

On Jun 8, 2011, at 2:56 AM, Ahmed Abu-Abed wrote:

> Dear colleagues,
> World IPv6 Day ends at 3am KSA/Jordan time June 9th.
> To setup a computer with IPv6 public address over any IPv4 connection (3G, ADSL, dial-up, etc. and even behind nested NATs) for World IPv6 Day testing then I suggest downloading the Freenet6 client and running it with default settings. Then use it to access Google, Youtube, Facebook, CNN, etc. or ping their sites.
> The Freenet6 client is the closest you can get to plug and play IPv6.  And Freenet6 have public IPv6 servers in Amsterdam, so response times should be acceptable for the Middle East region.

Or you can use the client built into almost every operating system for an HE tunnel if you can get protocol 41 delivered to your host.

If you're stuck behind NAT and can't direct protocol 41 packets to your host, the Freenet client is an alternative, but, if you are
able to use a normal tunnel, there are convenient directions for most platforms at http://tunnelbroker.net


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