A simple how-to on how to set things up can be found here: http://code.google.com/p/wl500g/wiki...Pv6Tunnelhowto
Well my idea was to use http://tunnelbroker.net
since they have many different server locations:
for me to Amsterdam it's only 24ms ping, so it's greatFremont, CA; New York, NY; Dallas, TX; Chicago, IL; London, UK; Frankfurt, Germany; Paris, France; Amsterdam, NL; Miami, FL; Ashburn, VA; Seattle, WA; Los Angeles, CA; Hong Kong; Toronto, ON
basicly it set's up a IPv6 tunnel over IPv4
I googled here and there but I can't find proper information how to get this working on asus routers
after you're logged into your free account you can create a "Regular Tunnel" or a "BGP Tunnel". Regular tunnel is the one we're after I guess, since with BGP tunnel you must own a IPv6 adress already like from your ISP.
Anyway, when creating a regular tunnel you have to fill in a static ip adress (your outside internet ip adress) called the "IPv4 endpoint". this is usually the ip from "You are viewing from IP"
Now we have the tunnel... but how do we set this up?
on the tunnel site we have:
and on the webconfig we have:Server IPv4 address:
Server IPv6 address:
Client IPv4 address:
Client IPv6 address:
Anycasted IPv6 Caching Nameserver:
LAN IPv6 settings
Tunnel IPv6 SettingStatic IPv6 address: no idea
Netsize (bits of hostpart): (64 I guess)
Enable router advertisements: put on "yes"
now this doesn't seem to workEnable IPv6-tunnel: put on "yes"
Remote endpoint: the Server IPv4 address?
Local IPv6 address: the Client IPv6 address?
Netsize (bits of hostpart): 64 (ip address says /64 in the end)
Remote IPv6 gateway: the Server IPv6 address
Tunnel MTU: 1280
Tunnel TTL: 64
Does anyone know how to get this running?