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ipv6 with debian

ipv6 is about ten years old, and it is well and largely supported by most operating systems. So, coming back to Debian, if you want to enable ipv6 in your machines, here’s how to…More here

You will need:

•an editor (a real one, like vi)
•ifconfig’s output
•ipv6calc (exists as a debian package)
•two ipv6 enable machines

5 Responses to “ipv6 with debian” »

  1. Comment by Aurelien Derouineau — March 19, 2010 @ 9:58 pm

    Seriously, some of your trackbacks are very disappointing. If you want to talk about 6to4 at least choose an article that does not have a misleading (through unprecision) title, and one that’s more complete. There are many articles about this, so it’s not hard to find.

  2. Comment by cj2003 — March 19, 2010 @ 10:15 pm

    Hi Aurelien, we’ve posted the articles when they are posted (or try to) – and you can see more of them via

    But if you have links to better articles about ipv6 on Debian, please link them here or mail them to me, and I’ll happily post them.


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  5. Comment by François Varas — March 20, 2010 @ 6:39 pm

    I’m very sorry if I posted misleading information.
    Although I’m an old Unix/Linux user, I’m a total newbie to IPV6 and I’m giving mi first and ignorant steps.
    Luckily we can find over the internet true masters of knowledge that can give us lights to find the right path to the true. Thanks Aurélien and by the way, appart from critics, do you have any actual information on this subject to enlighten us ignorants?

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