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Old 06-28-2016, 09:26 AM   #1
3xaim
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I need help - NAT64


Hello everybody,

First of all I have to say that I'm a noob in this topic, so please be kind .
I found some ideas in Google, but I really didn't understand.

I want to test NAT64. For this test I have 3 Raspberry PI 2's.

1. Raspi: IPv4 only (OS Raspbian)
2. Raspi: IPv6 only (OS Raspbian)
3. Raspi: NAT64-Server (OS Raspbian)

I want to build the network like:

Code:
Raspi1 (IPv4) < - > NAT64-Server < - > Raspi2 (IPv6)
ALL DEVICES ARE CONNECTED TO A SWITCH.

My first question: Do I need two routers where I have to connect the IPv4 and IPv6 Raspi's like:

Code:
Raspi1 (IPv4) <-> Router < - > NAT64-Server < - > Router <-> Raspi2 (IPv6)

I really have no idea how to build this network. I don't want access into the Internet, I only want to know that NAT64 works between this to Raspi's.

The next question will be which utilities do I need to realize that network?

Code:
- RADVD (I couln't get it installed on Raspbian, had problems with lib's)
- tayga (stateless NAT64)
Or should I use another program?


I need YOUR help!

Thank you very much & please be kind .




BTW: I'm german. Maybe someone can help me in german!

Last edited by 3xaim; 06-28-2016 at 09:29 AM.
 
Old 06-28-2016, 12:04 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by 3xaim View Post
Hello everybody,
First of all I have to say that I'm a noob in this topic, so please be kind. I found some ideas in Google, but I really didn't understand.
We are happy to try to help, but honestly if you don't understand what's going on, it's going to make it VERY difficult to actually do...much less know WHY you're trying to do something you don't understand.
Quote:
I want to test NAT64. For this test I have 3 Raspberry PI 2's.

1. Raspi: IPv4 only (OS Raspbian)
2. Raspi: IPv6 only (OS Raspbian)
3. Raspi: NAT64-Server (OS Raspbian)

I want to build the network like:
Code:
Raspi1 (IPv4) < - > NAT64-Server < - > Raspi2 (IPv6)
ALL DEVICES ARE CONNECTED TO A SWITCH. My first question: Do I need two routers where I have to connect the IPv4 and IPv6 Raspi's like:
Code:
Raspi1 (IPv4) <-> Router < - > NAT64-Server < - > Router <-> Raspi2 (IPv6)
I really have no idea how to build this network. I don't want access into the Internet, I only want to know that NAT64 works between this to Raspi's.
I believe the second configuration is the better way to go.
Quote:
The next question will be which utilities do I need to realize that network?
Code:
- RADVD (I couln't get it installed on Raspbian, had problems with lib's)
- tayga (stateless NAT64)
Or should I use another program? I need YOUR help!
There is an excellent tutorial with program names:
http://ipvsix.me/?p=106
Quote:
BTW: I'm german. Maybe someone can help me in german!
Not here, no. This is an English only forum....there are many German forums where you can get help in German. Read the LQ Rules.
 
Old 06-28-2016, 12:25 PM   #3
3xaim
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Originally Posted by TB0ne View Post
We are happy to try to help, but honestly if you don't understand what's going on, it's going to make it VERY difficult to actually do...much less know WHY you're trying to do something you don't understand.

I believe the second configuration is the better way to go.

There is an excellent tutorial with program names:
http://ipvsix.me/?p=106

Not here, no. This is an English only forum....there are many German forums where you can get help in German. Read the LQ Rules.
Hey,

thank you for your reply! I understand a little bit, sorry that I'm not a pro .

Quote:
I believe the second configuration is the better way to go.
Ok, I'll do that. Do I have to make routes on my routers?

Quote:
There is an excellent tutorial with program names:
http://ipvsix.me/?p=106
I exactly found this site. But my problem is more in the configuration with these routers. I don't know how to pair the routers with my NAT64-Server. If I pair them, should I set up routes between the routers and the clients AND should I set up routes on my NAT64-Server? This is my biggest problem.

Thank you very much for your help!
 
  


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