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Author Topic: newbie question for my webpage => change links  (Read 1168 times)

kue2bk

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newbie question for my webpage => change links
« on: April 12, 2016, 07:25:53 AM »

Guys,

I run a webside with files (audio + text data) that are offered from my own NAS.

My new provider (since 2 weeks) only offers IPV6 DualStack-lite so I need a tunnel to offer people my data.

All links (@ my page) look like this: blackchannel.selfhost.in/BC050315.mp3

or http://bl-c.selfhost.eu/BC050315.mp3  (my dyndns provider is "selfhost")

Now I applied for a tunnel within the (tunnelbroker.net/) service (Create Regular Tunnel)

=> now the question: how does my new links on my webpage look like - so that all Users
can reach that files?

Greetings Tobias
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mattwilson9090

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Re: newbie question for my webpage => change links
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2016, 08:42:37 PM »

Assuming your dyndns provider support IPv6 the links would remain the same. If the provider doesn't support IPv6 then can't use the same URL's and would need to either get a different DynDNS provider that does support IPv6, you would need to use a DNS provider that supports static IPv6 addresses (assuming the IPv6 address on your NAS device doesn't change), or just use URL's that include the IPv6 address rather than a domain name.
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