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System Administration Guide: IP Services
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Tasks for Configuring Tunnels for IPv6 Support (Task Map)

Task

Description

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Manually configure IPv6 over IPv4 tunnels.

Manually creates an IPv6 tunnel over a IPv4 network, a solution for reaching remote IPv6 networks within a larger, mostly IPv4 enterprise network.

How to Manually Configure IPv6 Over IPv4 Tunnels

Manually configure IPv6 over IPv6 tunnels.

Manually configures an IPv6 tunnel over an IPv6 network, typically used within a large enterprise network.

How to Manually Configure IPv6 Over IPv6 Tunnels

Manually configure IPv4 over IPv6 tunnels.

Manually configures an IPv4 tunnel over an IPv6 network, useful for large networks with both IPv4 and IPv6 networks.

How to Configure IPv4 Over IPv6 Tunnels

Automatically configure IPv6 over IPv4 tunnels (6to4 tunnels).

Create an automatic, 6to4 tunnel, a solution for reaching an external IPv6 site over the Internet.

How to Configure a 6to4 Tunnel

Configure a tunnel between a 6to4 router and a 6to4 relay router.

Enables a tunnel to a 6to4 relay router by using the 6to4relay command.

How to Configure a 6to4 Tunnel to a 6to4 Relay Router

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