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Protect traffic with IPsec
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Hey guys, I am really lost here and would like to find out whether I can use IPsec on my Windows machines (XP and 7) in order to protect my traffic when connecting to the gogoNet server to obtain an…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by ivan kovachev Apr 9, 2012.

IPv6 for residential users

Scenario: No Ipv6 capable router and no ISP support for IPv6Based on the scenario above, I need some help with the following questions:1. Tunnel broker and Teredo do work for the above scenario, but…Continue

Tags: transition, mechanism, user, home, residential

Started Feb 4, 2012

IPv6 for residential users
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What are the available options to connect to the IPv6 internet, based on each of the following scenarios:- no ISP and router IPv6 support (edge router at home)- no ISP but Ipv6 capable router- ISP…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by ivan kovachev Feb 6, 2012.

 

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Marcin replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'Ipv6 for residential users' in the group v6 in the UK
"Are you aware of IPv6? Yes Do you know what IPv6 is? Yes Are you using IPv6? Yes, IPv6 over IPv4 Is your home network IPv6 capable? Yes Does your ISP provide this service? No If, yes, then would you like to transition to IPv6? Yes Do you know how to…"
Aug 12, 2012
William Tinsdeall replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'Ipv6 for residential users' in the group v6 in the UK
"Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, No, N/A, Yes"
Apr 30, 2012
ivan kovachev replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'Protect traffic with IPsec'
"Hi, thank you for the reply. I thought it would be impossible. Anyway, could you describer your scenario a bit further and tell me how it could be done? What dou you mean by a separate machine? My router is IPv4-only and does not handle IPv6,…"
Apr 9, 2012
Mikael Lind replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'Protect traffic with IPsec'
"You can not setup a IPSec tunnel to the gogoSERVER but it wouldn't help you the scenario describe in any case. What you need to do is to make sure you have a firewall on your local machine that handles IPv6. If you terminate the tunnel on…"
Apr 9, 2012
ivan kovachev posted a discussion

Protect traffic with IPsec

Hey guys, I am really lost here and would like to find out whether I can use IPsec on my Windows machines (XP and 7) in order to protect my traffic when connecting to the gogoNet server to obtain an IPv6 address?I would like to secure my v6-in-v4 tunnel once I obtain an IPv6 address and browse securely using IPv6. The reason I want this is because I am behind a NAT device and the only two options that I have to connect to the IPv6 Internet is via a tunnel broker (in this case gogoNet) or…See More
Apr 9, 2012
ivan kovachev replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'IPv6 for residential users'
"I know that in order for 6to4 to work, i need to let protocol 41 through my router. But, i do not see this option. Anyway, can you tell me the steps that i need to take to set up 6to4? Thanks"
Feb 6, 2012
Carl Holzhauer replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'IPv6 for residential users'
"1)  No.  Router does not need to support ipv6 2)  Again, I argue that Teredo isn't really an option.  And again, you need to look through the wiki link I sent and see what works for your. Your ISP may block certain things 3)…"
Feb 6, 2012
ivan kovachev posted a discussion

IPv6 for residential users

Scenario: No Ipv6 capable router and no ISP support for IPv6Based on the scenario above, I need some help with the following questions:1. Tunnel broker and Teredo do work for the above scenario, but are there any other options that can work under this circumstance?2. Can I configure 6to4 only if I have an IPv6 capable router?3. When looking to buy an IPv6 capable router, what should I look for in the router support? Do all have support for the same transition mechanisms? Is there any dfference…See More
Feb 4, 2012
ivan kovachev replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'IPv6 for residential users'
"I have another three questions: 1. Can I configure 6to4 only if I have an IPv6 capable router? 2. Tunnel broker and Teredo do work in my scenario (no IPv6 capable router and no ISP support for IPv6), but are there any other options that can work…"
Feb 4, 2012
Carl Holzhauer replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'IPv6 for residential users'
"See the link in my second reply"
Feb 3, 2012
ivan kovachev replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'IPv6 for residential users'
"Could you send me the link to this kiwi page where they have that information. Thank you Ivan"
Feb 3, 2012
Carl Holzhauer replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'IPv6 for residential users'
"Most everything listed on the kiwi page will work. They all have their limitations, but those should be noted on that page as well. Some may be blocked by your isp or by nature, but the easiest way is to just try. If you fail, ask. Google or try…"
Feb 3, 2012
ivan kovachev replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'IPv6 for residential users'
"You do not understand me. I know that teredo and gogonet work, but what else will work on those machines?"
Feb 3, 2012
James Knott replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'IPv6 for residential users'
"I have installed the gogo client on XP SP3 and also Windows 7 and it works fine. "
Feb 3, 2012
ivan kovachev replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'IPv6 for residential users'
"I know that there are many options available, but which ones can actually work on XP SP3 and above and how they can be done. For example how can I set up 6to4 on XP SP3 without an IPv6 capable router and no ISP ipv6 support?"
Feb 2, 2012
Faheem Syed Muhammad replied to ivan kovachev's discussion 'IPv6 for residential users'
"For scenario 1 & 2, Tunnel Broker / Teredo will be the feasible solutions. For Scenario 3 its better to get a IPv6 capable router to have end to end IPv6. Thx."
Feb 1, 2012

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I am a student who simply wants to experiment with ipv6. My ISP and my router at home do not support ipv6, only my end-hosts, so I would like to find a way to still connect.

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Ipv6 for residential users

Hi, my name is Ivan and I am currently a final year student at University of Westminster. My course is Computer Network Security and I am doing a final year project on IPv6 deployment.

One of the parts of my project will be to create a deployment guide for residential users. My ISP currently does not support IPv6 and my router is also IPv4-only. I will be using my home network to try and still connect to the Internet using IPv6.

I just wanted to find out what other options do…

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Posted on January 21, 2012 at 11:20am — 9 Comments

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At 12:47pm on January 21, 2012, Christopher Slater-Walker said…

Sure, no problem! Just go ahead and ask.

At 10:57am on January 21, 2012, Christopher Slater-Walker said…

I don't mind - that's why I sent the friend request, so that I can send the form with the questions back to you.

At 10:16pm on January 20, 2012, jerson narido said…

Hi Ivan, welcome to gogoNET! You may want to join the v6 in UK group. Also, more people will connect with you if you upload a photo of yourself. Bye for now... and don't forget to invite your IPv6 friends to join us.

 
 
 

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