IPv6 Tunnel Configuration

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    Bill Stewart

    For a quick and dirty configuration on Ubuntu systems, "sudo apt install miredo" will install the miredo handler for the Teredo protocol, which seems to set itself up magically, and traceroutes show a path through Hurricane Electric.

    To use any of the above more detailed methods, though, Sonic needs to provide us with the following

    - Sonic's IPv4 tunnel endpoint (I'm assuming it's 208.201.234.221)

    - IPv6 addresses for one or both tunnel endpoints (I'm assuming the 2001:05a8:0000:0001:0000:0000:0000:186f/127 shown above is just an example, and you need some way to get real addresses?)

    - Some way to set DNS with your current IPv6 public address so you can get incoming connections to your web server or whatever. 

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    Bill Stewart

    A related problem is that for the local endpoint IPv4 address of the tunnels, I don't know if that needs to be a real 208.201.xxx.xxx public IPv4 address, or the 192.168.0.xxx NAT address that my router gives me.

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