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Old 05-24-2004, 08:06 AM   #1
nielchiano
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NAT ipv6 to ipv4


Hi,

I'm a newbie to ipv6, so forgive me for asking a (maybe stupid) question.

I have a SOHO-netword, currently running on IPv4. I have one ADSL connection, connected to the Internet over IPv4 (dynamically assigned IP-address).
I'd like to run (internally) on IPv6.

I guess the best way to do this is keep "private" addresses (currently in the 10.0.0.0/8 range) also on the IPv6 setup?
How can I make my linux-router NAT all that traffic into IPv4?

Any references on this? it's hard to find some info on this...

thx
 
  


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