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Started by jrowens, December 12, 2008, 01:58:19 AM
Quote... I've just noticed that the IPv6 address of the tunnel (user side) does NOT need to be xxxx::2. Can be changed to xxxx::666, or I guess, pretty much anything except xxxx::1 which is assigned server-side.
Quote from: lukec on September 21, 2010, 11:33:15 PMThis is perfectly normal for the tunnel endpoint. As the tunnel "network" is a /64 the address of your end of the tunnel can be any address in that /64
Quote from: lukec on September 22, 2010, 04:14:40 PM... thoughts on:Switch on IP routing on the host - set a default gateway to the /64 remote tunnel :1 (HE end i.e.through the tunnel) - allocate an address from your (different) routed /64 to your host NICWould that then allow "client" software to source from the NIC address as opposed to the tunnel address? Additionally any other machine you had on that LAN using the tunnel host as their default gateway?