Category Archives: IPV6

Google mail and IPv6

Running IPv6 fully, means your systems attempt to connect over IPv6 first. Normally, when I’m browsing a site, that is not a problem. When sending mail, however, the receiving mailserver wants to be able to identify the sending server. This …

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DHCPv6 – FritzBox 7390 and Windows 7

When connected to a modern ISP, they can deliver native IPv6. That’s good, as the available space in IPv4 is rapidly decreasing. Although 99% of the home-users is already using PAT – so just one address on the outside exists …

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Native IPV6

A long time ago, when our provider offered the possibility running an IPV6-over-IPV4 tunnel, I spent some time configuring this. To be able to use a tunnel, I had to use the website of the provider to configure their part; …

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