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----- Original Message ----- From: "With No Name" <withnoname@tdwave.net>
To: <debian-firewall@lists.debian.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2012 2:05 AM
Subject: [?? Probable Spam] How to setup OpenVPN?


Good morning,

for some days I have encountered that i can have an IPv6 range on my
VServer at my Hoster.

Since I am on an FTTH with a fixed IP (v4) and has only IPv4 Support, I
like to do use my IPv6 space on my server at home.

So, now I do not know, how and where to start.

My Setup is:

  Intenet -> FTTH -> Media-Converter -> DebianRouter -> InternalNet
                      (Fiber-> Eth)      (Mini-ITX)

So, currently I have NAT'ed my InternelNet and setup some physical servers
using IPv4 private space.

Now I gaved my @home severs a second IP like

   192.168.0.11 -> xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:::1:11

(while ignoring the alphabetical chars) and installed OpenVPN on my
DebianRouter and on my Server at my Hoster...

OK, but how do I create a IPv6 channel from my ficxed HOME IP To the fixed
Server IP (IPv4 and/or IPv6) and then tell OpenVPN, that ::::::1:x is not
more on the Server but @home?

Question: It is better to ask on <debian-ipv6> ?

Thanks for your Time and Help
Kalhor


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