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Topic: Accessing IPV6 over the internet.  (Read 1819 times)
« on: February 05, 2012, 04:27:06 »
dolphinaura *
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I currently have completely working ipv6 (i.e. can access ipv6 sites) using a Hurricane Electric Tunnel.

How can I setup the firewall so that incoming users will be able to view my sites using ipv6?

Do I just use the firewall to route the request ipv6 address of the VM (assigned by radavd)?
Is there some way that I can route seperate addresses to seperate ports? (I only see incoming via LAN, but since IPV6 doesn't have NAT, I can't specify the incoming address?)

This is my first time with ipv6 that actually uses a router, so please bear with me Smiley

Oh, and this m0n0wall is the generic-pc version, serving as a gateway in a VMWare ESXi installation at a datacenter.
« Last Edit: February 05, 2012, 04:32:19 by dolphinaura »
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2012, 22:13:53 »
brushedmoss ****
Posts: 446

Yes, there is no NAT for ipv6, so you can't use different ports for different addresses.... because you don't need to.  your devices with ipv6 behind m0n0wall are directly addressable, you just need to open the rules to allow it to happen.
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