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The router advertisement daemon (RADVD) allows to both Linux and Windonws clients to obtain an IPv6 IP address, without any changes on the clients
More info about RADVD can be found via: http://www.litech.org/radvd/
Request a subnet from SixXS
I hope you have enough points left to request a subnet from SixSX.
If not, make sure you have Aiccu up for a few weeks, see the creadits FAQ.
Setup in Freetz web-interface
In the setup it is 'sufficient' to just configure a /64 from your /48 you received from SixXS. E.g. you can pick the first possilbe /64 range 2001:aaaa:bbbb:0000::/64
Network range - 2001:aaaa:bbbb:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000 - 2001:aaaa:bbbb:0000:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff
Not much to tell here. The output of ifconfig should show that it recieved an IPv6 address, starting with your configured subnet and ending with part of your MAC address in there.
There should also be a default IPv6 route pointing to the IPv6 gateway (the router).
With my WinXP system I had no problems to obtain an IPv6. All I had to do was to was to enable IPv6 with:
netsh interface ipv6 install
Then you should see that you get two IPv6 addresses. One public and a temporary one.
You can also see them with:
netsh interface ipv6 show address
I have two Win7 systems. One that was not mutch used with IPv6, and one where I used AICCU locally as a service at startup.
The one that was not mutch used with IPv6 obtained an IPv6 address immediately. With the other one it took more effort.
After modifying the service to only startup manually I didn't obtain an IPv6 address from RADVD, even after a reboot.
If you have a similar problem you can try the following:
- firt make sure you create a restore point.
- next use the following commands (note I used both commands without verifying correctly which one was needed):
netsh int ipv6 reset c:\ipv6_reset.log
netsh interface isatap set state enabled