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freegw is IPv6 enabled!

[by sven @ Thu Nov 21 21:19 CET 2002]

From now on freegw is IPv6 enabled! Yesterday I compiled a new kernel for freegw with IPv6 support and in the same time I did an OS update to 4.7-STABLE. Also the Apache webserver has been updated to acccept IPv6 connections. freegw is reachable at IPv6 address 3ffe:8280:0:2001::5173 and hostname tunnel-2586.ipv6.xs4all.nl.


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IPv6 tunnel address and hostname have been changed

[by sven @ Mon Dec 23 14:57 CET 2002]

Freegw's IPv6 tunnel address and hostname have been changed to the following:

freegw's IPv6 tunnel address:  2001:888:10:a1a::2/64
freegw's IPv6 prefix:          2001:888:1a1a::/48
freegw's IPv6 tunnel hostname: tunnel2586.ipv6.xs4all.nl




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