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Started by tombayo, December 06, 2011, 12:00:03 PM
QuoteThe way I want it to work is that the IPv6 Addresses are assigned like this:The server gets: 2001:470:27:39a::50The clients: 2001:470:27:39a::100-200Is this even possible?
Steps below were done in Vista. Steps for Windows 7 might be a little different.1. Open Regedit, navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\TCPIP6\ParametersAdd STRING value called 'DisabledComponents' and set its value to 0; RebootOpen the LAN adapter properties and open the IPv6 propertiesManually add an address from this subnet: 2001:db8:1f07:e9a::/64Keep the prefix at 64Add this gateway: 2001:db8:1f06:e9a::1Add this DNS server: 2001:db8:200::2 (this is one of HE's DNS servers)Click OK and OK to save the changesOpen 'cmd' and type the following commandsnetsh interface teredo set state disablednetsh interface ipv6 add v6v4tunnel IP6Tunnel <your local IP address> 220.127.116.11netsh interface ipv6 add address IP6Tunnel 2001:db8:1f06:e9a::2netsh interface ipv6 add route ::/0 IP6Tunnel 2001:db8:1f06:e9a::110. Test IPv6 connectivity by pinging or opening a website like ipv6.google.comSteps to configure host to act as IPv6 router1. In CMD type: netsh int ipv6 set interface IP6Tunnel forwarding=enabled2. Next, type: netsh int ipv6 set interface "Local Area Connection" forwarding=enabled advertise=enabled3. Next, add the first address of the routed IP address to the Local Area Connection netsh int ipv6 add address "Local Area Connection" 2001:db8:8:a0a::14. Next, add the default route and next hop for the tunnel and Local Area Connection, then publish it: netsh int ipv6 set route 2001:db8:8:a0a::/64 "Local Area Connection" publish=yes5. Next, add the default route for the tunnel and publish it: netsh interface ipv6 set route ::/0 IP6Tunnel 2001:db8:7:a0a::1 publish=yes