[AusNOG] IPv4 - Where is the training?

Mark Andrews marka at isc.org
Tue Mar 5 16:44:37 EST 2013

In message <1362460382.3387.234.camel at karl>, Karl Auer writes:
> On Tue, 2013-03-05 at 15:16 +1100, Mark Andrews wrote:
> > The best training is by doing.  Find a couple of old machines.  Put
> > two interfaces into one of them and make it a router.  Get a tunnel
> > from tunnelbroker.net (he.net) and follow the instructions for
> > setting up the tunnel for the OS running on the router.
> .If you are using a tunnel, I don't think you even need two real
> interfaces. The tunnel endpoint will be a virtual interface, and you
> will advertise your IPv6 prefixes out the real interface - the same one
> that is hosting the tunnel endpoint. I haven't used an HE tunnel though,
> so I may be wrong.
> Regards, K.

I was trying to create a isolated test network initially.

The tunnel end point can be on a machine with a single interface
but then you don't have a isolated test network.

My tunnel end point at home is on my external router/firewall so
it does have multiple interfaces.

Mark Andrews, ISC
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