[AusNOG] IPv6: Who's dual stacked? Why don't I look stacked?
mclennan at internode.on.net
Fri Mar 8 12:22:52 EST 2013
Theres is un ugly workaround I'v tested for mikrotik(v5 RouterOS)
users(who only have ipv4 behind the router) to get basic IPv6 http
connectivity and that is by using the mikrotiks internal WebPROXY server.
As long as the router has an IPv6 and of course IPv4 address
connectivity to the upstream provider, you can get IPv4 client devices
that are behind the router to use there webbrowsers(IE/Firefox etc)
webproxy pointed at the mikrotik. Only thing to be mindfull is to make
sure the DNS set in the mikrotik points at a suitable public or ISP's
DNS server that can also pass AAAA records.
Like I said its ugly(and its not right), but does work for basic
As long as the router has dual stack connectivity to the upstream provider.
All you do is manually add in a suitable IPv6 DNS.
On 8/03/2013 11:00 AM, Don Gould wrote:
> On 8/03/2013 12:10 p.m., Mark Andrews wrote:
>> IPv6 is given priority over IPv4 for most things.
> ...and when you light up v6 in your Mikrotik router without having it
> all configured correctly, the dns data gets to your PPPoE clients, so
> their web browser won't see the net any more as it's looking for
> addresses in the v6 dns server that it can't reach...
> ...yes big opps, trying to just rush at it a bit fast there.
> My point being that it's all these little 'got ya's' that frighten the
> crap out of me, and I'm sure I'm not the only one.
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