What is IPv6 tunnel broker?
IPv6 tunnel brokers typically provide IPv6 to sites or end users over IPv4. In general, IPv6 tunnel brokers offer so called 'protocol 41' or proto-41 tunnels. These are tunnels where IPv6 is tunneled directly inside IPv4 packets by having the protocol field set to '41' (IPv6) in the IPv4 packet.
How do I use IPv6 tunnel broker?
Setup LAN for IPv6Navigate to Interfaces > LAN.Change the configuration as follows: IPv6 Configuration Type. Static IPv6. Static IPv6 Configuration. Enter an IPv6 address from the Routed /64 in the tunnel broker configuration with a prefix length of 64 . ...Click Save.Click Apply Changes.
Should I enable IPv6 tunneling?
Controlling tunnels is essential for IPv4 only networks, networks transitioning to IPv6, and in IPv6 only networks. This article was originally posted on Juniper. Whether you are sticking with IPv4, transitioning to IPv6, or have already implemented IPv6, controlling tunnels is crucial for the security of your network.
What is IPv6 6to4 tunnel?
6to4 is an Internet transition mechanism for migrating from Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) to version 6 (IPv6) and a system that allows IPv6 packets to be transmitted over an IPv4 network (generally the IPv4 Internet) without the need to configure explicit tunnels.