website in ipv6

Mark Andrews marka at
Tue Jun 28 00:02:13 UTC 2011

In message <BANLkTimyBLbf_W2EjKwnsL-zqBQsucqr_Q at>, Kenny Sallee w
> On Sun, Jun 26, 2011 at 5:02 PM, Deric Kwok <deric.kwok2000 at>wrote:
> > Hi all
> >
> > I am trying to configure website for testing ipv6
> >
> > Just wander how internet users eg: DSL users can visit this website
> > and any people can access this website over the world
> >
> >
> I did this by creating a 6to4 tunnel to a relay provided by

6in4, not 6to4.  While HE do operate 6to4 relays, the brokered tunnel
service is 6in4.

> provided by Hurricane Electric - a great service they
> provide BTW.  They provide sample configuration templates for various
> routers and OS's.  I created the 'tunnel' from a Cisco 871w router (don't
> forget to configure a firewall here since you'll get IPv6 public IP's
> assigned to you).  I used their block of v6 addresses they assigned to me,
> along with IPv4 addresses I already had - ie dual-stack, on my various
> windows and linux boxes behind my firewall.  I then used their IPv6 DNS
> server, which returns IPV6 addressing if there's an AAAA record for the
> website you are going to.  Some sites - like google search are reachable via
> different DNS names, like or
> You can also build / use Teredo tunnels - which I tested and worked as well
> - tho not as good as from the routers.  This works well for hosts behind
> IPv4 NAT
> Finally, you can test your personal IPv6 connectivity here:
> And you can test if your site, or any site, is reachable via IPv6 here:
> if you do not have IPv6 configured.
> Good luck,
> Kenny
Mark Andrews, ISC
1 Seymour St., Dundas Valley, NSW 2117, Australia
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