Saturday, January 05, 2013

IPv6 over IPv4 part II

So, for those who saw my last post, I'd been having some trouble getting IPv6 over IPv4 to work on my connection. I'm glad to say that I've found a way to get around that. Here's how:

First, I went to freenet6's website, and signed up for one of their tunnels. Then I went to gogo6's website and  downloaded the Windows (and later Linux) client and installed it. I then setup the client with my login info, setup my DNS settings, then started up the client. Several seconds later, I had IPv6 connectivity and am now using the whole internet (both IPv4 and IPv6 websites are available to me now).

Gogo6: Gogo6's website

Freenet6: Freenet6's website

If you have questions or comments, please let me know. I'll be happy to answer them to the best of my ability. I know this post isn't exactly in-depth, but if you all like, I'll be happy to expand on it and show you how I did what I did to get it all working.

Thanks for reading,
Brian

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