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Although Control doesn't have interface support for IPv6 tunnels (sit tunnels), it does appear everything is there to make it happen easily. I've been playing around with Hurricane Electric's Tunnel Broker (http://tunnelbroker.net/) and found I'm able to create and use an IPv6 tunnel with Kerio...but I have to use SSH and create the tunnel manually.

Once the tunnel is created, Control is then able to configure the tunnel IP addresses, and viola, I'm on the IPv6 Internet. At least, until Control has to reboot. I haven't written the script to do this on startup, but the manual process is so simple I haven't felt the urge.

Are there any plans to incorporate such a simple process into Control? Would seem to be such an easy method to help get folks onto the IPv6 path, and such a cool marketing item.

Anyone else find a better way to do this?

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I'm just asking the same question as Karma but after 2 years now.

Any answers??
Tomas Chmelar

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In 8.4 version, there is a possibility to setup this in winroute.cfg.
For now, it's tested to be working with tunnelbroker.net

Export configuration + extract and edit winroute.cfg like this:

Find your interface configuration in section

<list name="Interfaces_v2">

and edit those lines:

    <variable name="IPv6Enabled">1</variable>
    <variable name="IPv6Addresses">2001:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx::2/64</variable> // Client IPv6 Address + prefix len
    <variable name="IPv6Mode">Tunnel</variable>
    <variable name="IPv6Gateway">2001:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx::1</variable>      // Server IPv6 Address
    <variable name="IPv6TunnelEndpoint">xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx</variable>      // Server IPv4 Address    

Then save it and import it again.

Note: Edit of this interface in Web administration will break this config and switch interface back to Automatic mode.


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