Since my ISP doesn't offer native v6, this seemed the best way to go. I already knew about HE, in a vague manner, as they are the v4 transit provider for a VPS I have, but wasn't aware of tunnelbroker till I got bored one day, and decided to learn about IPv6, even though up to that point I was anti-IPv6. Now that I've got it, I can't give it up, it's great being able to access all of the computers on my local network (all 10 of 'em), instead of dealing with a bloody NAT.
On a side note, anyone here managed to get a tunnel going on Android 2.2? I've got a p3droid kernel, with sit support, but I can't seem to get it to work...
Location: Naval Submarine Base, Groton, CT
Router: Hostname: tethyes - OS: Linux 2.6.32-5-xen-686/i686 - Distro: Debian squeeze/sid - CPU: 4 x Pentium III (Cascades) (701.600 MHz) - Processes: 161 - Uptime: 2d 18h 44m - Users: 1 - Load Average: 0.00 - Memory Usage: 147.99MB/1009.68MB (14.66%) - Disk Usage: 904.24GB/1572.52GB (57.50%) - eth0 Traffic (eth0): 1879.87MB In/1683.43MB Out