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Tunneling configuration

  1. 1. Tunneling Configuration
  2. 2. Tunneling Configuration• Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface Configuration• 6to4 Tunneling Configuration
  3. 3. Tunneling Configuration• Teredo – Run “cmd.exe” as administrator – Enter “route print” • Able to see “Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface” – Index Number is “29”
  4. 4. Tunneling Configuration• Checking your Teredo Tunnel status – In “cmd.exe” enter “netsh” – Next enter “interface” and “ipv6” respectively – Enter commend “show interface” to check ipv6 interface that are running right now
  5. 5. Tunneling Configuration• Index of Teredo is 29• Default interface MTU is 4 Gigabytes
  6. 6. Tunneling Configuration• Examine Teredo Tunnel by entering “show teredo”• *** Create default route to send all IPv6 traffic to Teredo Tunnel – Enter “add route ::/0 interface=XX” • XX is Teredo Tunnel interface number
  7. 7. Tunneling Configuration• Now you can test IPv6 Website by using ping
  8. 8. Tunneling Configuration• Check back your Teredo Tunnel Status by entering “show teredo”• Remove static route that you entered before – Enter “delete route ::/0 interface=XX” – XX is your Teredo Tunnel index
  9. 9. Tunneling Configuration• Reset netsh to default configuration – Entering “netsh interface ipv6 reset” – Restart your PC
  10. 10. Tunneling Configuration• 6to4 Tunnel – Run “cmd.exe” as administrator – Enter “route print” • Able to see “Microsoft 6to4 Adapter” – Index Number is “25”
  11. 11. Tunneling Configuration• Checking your 6to4 Tunnel status – In “cmd.exe” enter “netsh” – Next enter “interface” and “ipv6” respectively – Enter commend “show interface” to check ipv6 interface that are running right now
  12. 12. Tunneling Configuration• Index of 6to4 Adapter is 25
  13. 13. Tunneling Configuration• Create your tunnel by going to “tunnelbroker.net” and signup your account• Signup complete login and click at “Create Regular Tunnel”
  14. 14. Tunneling Configuration• Enter your IPv4 End Point – IP is not private IP address• Click “Create Tunnel” to create your 6to4 tunnel• 6to4 Tunnel was generated and can see your 6to4 Tunnel IPv6 address
  15. 15. Tunneling Configuration• Copy configurations from “Example Configuration” tab• Paste them in “cmd.exe” by running as Administrator• Your 6to4 Tunnel name is “IP6Tunnel”
  16. 16. Tunneling Configuration• IP6Tunnel shows connected – Use command “show interface” at netsh interface ipv6 state
  17. 17. Tunneling Configuration• Now you can test IPv6 Website by using ping
  18. 18. Tunneling Configuration• Remove 6to4 Tunnel route• Remove 6to4 Tunnel interface from your PC
  19. 19. Tunneling Configuration• Reset netsh to default configuration – Entering “netsh interface ipv6 reset” – Restart your PC

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