All Things Tuketu

May 18, 2010

IPv6, 6RD, and a DD-WRT router with a 6to4 tunnel

Filed under: Comcast,IPv6 — tuketu @ 1:41 pm
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I have repeated the 6to4/6RD interop experiment, this time using a DD-WRT router instead of a Windows 7 host. (The specific router was a Linksys WRT160n running DD-WRT v24-sp2 (01/02/10) std-nokaid-small, build 13575.) The outcome was positive for the DD-WRT router: it performed as theory would suggest: only minor configuration changes were necessary to turn the DD-WRT router into a working 6RD customer equipment host.

 
 

With two different IPv6 6to4 tunnel implementations we have had apparent success configuring the routers with only minor changes to enable deployment in a 6RD domain. It’s nice to actually see the expected behavior.

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  1. Would you mind posting how you did this?

    Comment by aers — July 1, 2010 @ 5:38 pm | Reply


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