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Started by sixten, May 16, 2008, 05:49:17 PM
Quote... Wich btw are: 2001:470:d04d::/48 2001:470:1f15:af::/64So ive entered them both. Now, next question afraid has is what is my ipv6 ip, and it starts by entering "2001:0470:1f15:00af:" and im supposed to fill out the rest, but to me it makes no sense, ...
Quote... http://www.whatismyipv6.net/ said my ip was 2001:470:1f14:af::2 so what am i supposed to write?
Quote from: karlbrose on May 19, 2008, 09:38:06 AMYou should not change the tunnel end point address the way you did.It is an administrative interface and as such the tunnel server side may rely on that address for monitoring of the service. I don't know HE's policy, but it could result in your tunnel being terminated because it would appear as dead as it cannot be pinged.The correct approach is to add a subnet address to the ethernet interface (or a second address to the tunnel end point if you're not routing the subnet to your ethernet) and then set the source routing policy.
netsh int ipv6 add prefixpolicy ::1/128 50 0netsh int ipv6 add prefixpolicy ::/0 40 1netsh int ipv6 add prefixpolicy 2002::/16 30 2netsh int ipv6 add prefixpolicy ::/96 20 3netsh int ipv6 add prefixpolicy ::ffff:0:0/96 10 4netsh int ipv6 add prefixpolicy 2001::/32 5 5