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Old 12-23-2007, 06:53 AM   #1
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IPv6 client <- VPN -> IPv4 Client


Is it possible to forward packets from IPv6 address to an IPv4 client through VPN?
And vice versa.

The main idea I have is for the server to get incoming packets on a particular IPv6 address and then forward it to a remote machine over a VPN. And then the client could use that same IPv6 address over the server.
The client has no IPv6 installed, I would like to use every thing from IPv6 from the remote server.

Is this doable?
 
  


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