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Getting IPv6 Using Freenet6 on Debian

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Pv6 is the successor to our current internet protocol, IPv4. It offers many new features, including vastly increased address space–128 bits vs. IPv4’s measly 32 bits–easier autoconfiguration and better support for encryption, just to name a few. The Debian project has done a good job of making its distribution IPv6-ready. In this article, you’ll learn how to setup a IPv6-over-IPv4 tunnel using the free Freenet6 tunnel service. Note that I’m assuming you’re using Debian testing (woody) or unstable (sid) and understand how to install packages through apt. I’m also assuming you know a little bit about IPv6, such as what an address looks like

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