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Looking for a VM as private IPv6 Tunnel
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Looking for a VM as private IPv6 Tunnel

dnwkdnwk Member

OK. I am looking for a VM that "preconfigure" Openvpn as private IPv6 Tunnel
So that I can tunnel IPv6 on the server to my own PC.

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  • dnwkdnwk Member

    Or I can pay someone to set it up for me on my exiting VM

  • tommytommy Member

    dnwk said: Or I can pay someone to set it up for me on my exiting VM

    @nyr

  • earlearl Member

    If it's a windows PC you can try http://www.gogo6.com/freenet6/tunnelbroker

  • Do you have native IPv6? If you do, make sure that they are /64. /48 if I remember correctly is not supported by OpenVPN.

    I would do it for you, but I don't have a computer at the moment.

  • zionvpszionvps Member
    edited June 2014

    the very easiest way to do this without installing anything on your vps is, configure bitvise ssh client with proxy tunnel + use proxifier with the tunnel. they will also tunnel your vps's ipv6 :)

    there is no trace of ipv6 in my country but i use it for ipv6 related tasks

  • dnwkdnwk Member
    edited June 2014

    @zionvps said:
    the very easiest way to do this without installing anything on your vps is, configure bitvise ssh client with proxy tunnel + use proxifier with the tunnel. they will also tunnel your vps's ipv6 :)

    there is no trace of ipv6 in my country but i use it for ipv6 related tasks

    I use to run OpenVPN on Bridge / TAP mode. In that case, I only tunnel IPv6 traffic and won't affect my IPv4 traffic. However, not sure why some provider won't allow me to bridge/TAP

  • dnwkdnwk Member

    @earl said:
    If it's a windows PC you can try http://www.gogo6.com/freenet6/tunnelbroker

    gogo6 is so slow....

  • @dnwk said:
    I use to run OpenVPN on Bridge / TAP mode. In that case, I only tunnel IPv6 traffic and won't affect my IPv4 traffic. However, not sure why some provider won't allow me to bridge/TAP

    I wouldn't mind a guide on how to bridge IPv6 only. I'm on Windows 8 as my desktop, and it blows up if the primary adapter has v6 only (sites on v4 don't load, as my routes all go into the OpenVPN client when it onlines the TAP device.)

    Probably something wrong with my client config now that I think about it...

  • dnwkdnwk Member

    @GoodHosting said:
    Probably something wrong with my client config now that I think about it...

    I did not send any IPv4 address over OpenVPN. You could uncheck "IPv4" protocol on your Openvpn TAP.

    Well, I think some provider filtering MAC. So not every provider can do Bridge

  • zionvpszionvps Member
    edited June 2014

    @dnwk said:
    Well, I think some provider filtering MAC. So not every provider can do Bridge

    we do allow tap device on our vps but i have no idea if it will work with ipv6. ipv6 is still very new and not implemented individually at all, and for now it is supposed to work in addition to ipv4. right now in many vps planels you cant even create ipv6 only vps

  • NyrNyr Member, Community Contributor

    You guys don't even need to use TAP for this. TUN does work on OpenVPN 2.3+

    Take a look at this:
    http://wiki.nyr.bz/ipv6_tunnel_broker_openvpn_openvz

    @dnwk if you still can't figure it out, contact me via PM.

    zionvps said: we do allow tap device on our vps but i have no idea if it will work with ipv6

    Looks like you don't understand how does TAP work ;)

  • dnwkdnwk Member

    @Nyr said:
    You guys don't even need to use TAP for this. TUN does work on OpenVPN 2.3+

    Take a look at this:
    http://wiki.nyr.bz/ipv6_tunnel_broker_openvpn_openvz

    dnwk if you still can't figure it out, contact me via PM.

    Looks like you don't understand how does TAP work ;)

    Thanks. I just found out your previous post.

  • dedicadosdedicados Member
    edited June 2014

    earl said: If it's a windows PC you can try http://www.gogo6.com/freenet6/tunnelbroker

    gogo6 is kind of slow, only have servers on Canada

    and HE, is nice, but if your ip changes, you have to configure all again

  • dnwkdnwk Member
    edited June 2014

    @dedicados said:

    That's exactly the reason I want a private tunnel broker

    by the way, does your VPS have /64 for IPv6?

  • earlearl Member

    Haven't used gogo6 in a while since my ISP has native v6.. if I recalled correctly they had more than one location and service was good, but all that could have changed by now.

  • dnwk said: does your VPS have /64 for IPv6?

    no, mines only have /127 but you can install a /64 from HE

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