Category Archives: Networking

IPv6: Devices

After enabling IPv6 on my router, I tried using it on all of my devices. For testing, I used and test-ipv6. Mac OS X just worked. It got IPv6 address through stateless autoconfiguration from the router. Fedora Linux also just worked. Windows 7 supports IPv6. It didn’t work at first but that seemed to […]

IPv6: Linksys, DD-WRT, Comcast 6to4

I got IPv6 working with my home router, DD-WRT, and Comcast’s 6to4 service. 6to4 works by setting up a tunnel for IPv6 over IPv4. It uses the anycast address as the tunnel endpoint. The IPv6 address is constructed from the host’s IPv4 address with 2002: prefix. 6to4 only works for hosts with public IP […]