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When setting up a 6to4 tunnel, the only configuration option I have is to adjust the MTU.

All of the fancy features such as bandwidth shaping, and port forwarding (read: making holes in the firewall), and possibly guest access appear to be missing for IPv6.

Is it possible to forward a HE tunnel to my "real" IPv6 router (presumably an old PC made router) without disabling 6to4 tunneling on the main router itself?

Status page says:
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Connection Type:   
Tunnel 6to4
IPv6 Address:   
2002:c630:8f93::c630:8f93/48
IPv6 Default Gateway:   
::192.88.99.1
Primary IPv6 DNS:   
Secondary IPv6 DNS:   
db8:1111:ffff::1000

Not sure who I am getting the tunnel from, but suspect it is my ISP (rather than transit provider). My early speculation was the router manufacturer, but I doubt that now.

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Questions & Answers / Do tunnels support IPsec?
« on: September 24, 2012, 04:44:04 PM »
Hello.

Since signing up (the first time), I have become interested in the local Pirate Party, and have been cyptographically signing my e-mail since June of 2011. What prompted this was a change in my ISP's Terms of Service (that was not advertised)
Quote from: Uniserve
28.v Advertising-UNISERVE shall have the right, without notice, to insert advertising data into the Internet browser used by a UNSERVE customer, and transferred to a UNISERVE customer over UNISERVE’s network, so long as this does not involve UNISERVE transmitting any personal information of the customer to whom such data is sent in contravention of the UNISERVE Privacy Commitment;
- https://www.uniserve.com/about/terms-of-service/

I interpret that to mean they installed intercept equipment and may use it to tamper with my Internet connection at any time. I am in the process of securing "real" Internet access (that allows server hosting) with another ISP.

Prior to that incident, I didn't see the point of ubiquitous encryption and authentication. I would now like to secure my IPv6 tunnel, at the very least, with authentication. If the NSA wants to see all my packets, I suppose I can live without encryption. My new ISP has an indemnity clause in their TOS/AUP as well. It may reduce my ISP's liability if I can encrypt the tunnel.

Regards,

James Phillips

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Questions & Answers / My account got deleted
« on: September 24, 2012, 04:22:51 PM »
Hello,

I signed up on Sunday, November 8, 2009 at 11:25 AM.

When I tried to log into the forum today, I was told that my username does not exist. I assume this means that all of my posts were deleted as well.

Regards,

James Phillips


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