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Old 04-06-2015, 11:51 AM   #1
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LXer: Set Up an IPv6 LAN with Linux

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IPv6 is coming! Or so we have been hearing for years, yet despite sys admins bracing themselves for years the great IPv4 crunch hasn't happened yet, although it is getting tighter. In the mean-time how can one get some experience with IPv6? Most tutorial focus on setting up tunnels, is fragmentary and incomplete. This post hopes to provide a complete step by step guide to setting up your own IPv6 and in the process highlight some challenges with IPv6 in an IPv4 world.



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