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I need to set up a 6to4 tunnel to access some IPv6 stuff at work. At home I have a Linksys AG310 ADSL modem/router.
I downloaded and installed the latest firmware for it - 1.00.04, and in the release notes at http://downloads.linksysbycisco.com/downloads/AG31
Is there any way to access this feature, or was this a mistake in the release notes?
04-25-2009 12:52 PM
After a firmware upgrade, you must reset the AG310 to factory defaults, then setup the ADSL2+ Gateway again from scratch...If you have not done this since your last firmware upgrade, please do this now and see if it corrects your problem...Maybe that's why you don't find anything in the web or telnet interface...However, it does support IPV6 tunnel...
04-25-2009 04:47 PM
I have done this, but I still can't find any options relating to IPv6. There are some extra options that have appeared in the web interface for other features though.
Could you point me to some instructions or a manual on setting up a 6to4 tunnel on this device? The manual I can find online doesn't mention IPv6 at all, let alone how to set up a 6to4 tunnel...
04-26-2009 11:37 AM
05-07-2009 11:03 PM
I found the setting in the end. It wasn't on the security tab at all, it was on the setup tab under basic setup.
If anyone else is interested in getting 6to4 going on their router, this is what you do:
1. Go to Setup -> Basic Setup
2. Scroll down to IPv6 tunnel, near the bottom just before the time/NTP stuff
3. Set Tunnel Mode to "to relay server"
4. Into Remote/Server address, type 220.127.116.11 (for the local anycast 6to4 gateway, if you have a specific one you want to use, enter that instead)
5. Tick "enable now"
6. Save and wait for the modem to reboot
After rebooting, the modem assigned me an IPv6 address. For some reason I can't ping or traceroute IPv6 hosts, but I can access them in my browser (eg. ipv6.google.com).
Hope this helps!