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Old 11-15-2010, 03:54 AM   #1
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Need help with 6to4 tunnels

I have a small ipv4 network that has zero ipv6 connectivity. I registered with and gained a 6to4 tunnel that works fine, but I wish to extend ipv6 tot he whole network using 6to4 tunnels and anycast (the tunnels should find the relay on their own using the global 6to4 anycast address).
Do I need to create another tunnel on the relay that will have the anycast address assigned and will listen or can I just assign the anycast ipv4 address to my existing realy and it will do all the stuff automatically?
Can anyone provide a link to a guide or point me in the right direction?


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