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Old 11-24-2021, 03:56 AM   #1
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DSLite Implementation

I am working in implementing DSLite setup on my router. For that i need Ipv6 connectivity.For that i had made the setup like Ubuntu connecting to Rpi via Ethernet interface. On ubuntu i am running dibbler-server and on my Rpi i am running dibbler-client so that i got a global ipv6 address from ubuntu.

I had connected a client(LAptop) to my Rpi and can able to ping to my Rpi. But the traffic to my ubuntu was not working. Do i need to add route if so, can you suggest me how.

Once this setup is established i need to implement a dslite tunnel setup for encapsulating ipv4 packets over ipv6. Can anyone suggest with that setup.?

Thanks in advance.


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