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Old 10-19-2016, 06:17 AM   #1
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Communication ipv6 to ipv4

Hi all,

I'm trying to developing a router based in linux, so I want to do de next situation:

I've a inteface wlan0 working in Ipv6 with static adress.

And the interface eth0 working only in ipv4 with static address (for example

My interface eth0 is connected to the router of internet

Now, I'm not be able to communicate de devices with ipv6 addressing with de router

I'm trying to use Tayga for nat64, but I'm not be able to communicate the interface ipv6 with de router

Thank you!
Old 10-19-2016, 11:39 AM   #2
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You have a couple of good options:
xinetd seems to support 6-to-4

I understand socat does the 6-to-4 as well, but, it's kind of a crude way to solve the problem.
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