[Fwd: IPv6 tunnel] problem solved
ff809 at ncf.ca
Fri Jan 19 14:28:15 UTC 2007
Went digging a little further and found a solution elsewhere. IPv6 is now
inactive on my machine (the Linux side anyway) and Firestarter is working as it
should, seeing only ppp0 as an active device.
When IPv6 is the standard across the entire Internet will be the time to wonder
about turning it back on and seeking out updates of the applications that will
make use of it.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: IPv6 tunnel
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2007 10:10:18 -0500
From: Brian Lunergan <ff809 at ncf.ca>
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To: unbuntu users list <ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
Tried setting up firestarter and ran into a problem with location. Only gave me
the option for IPv6 tunnel with a device code of Sit0 (or something very close
to that). When I started the interface and logged on to the net it did pick up
on ppp0 being present and active but it still would not start because it didn't
see the tunnel as an active device.
Did a short google on the term and IPv6 tunnel seems to be something associated
more with business and network setups. Is it something I need for a single home
machine? If it isn't, what are my targets and hunting ground to disable and/or
remove? If it is useful, what changes do I need to make to get it to a state
that Firestarter will see it as an active device?
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