It is possible to use IPv6 on the Pi (mine are all on IPv6 with no extra config needed).marcas1997 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:09 pmHi all, I am new in this forum, I am glad to be writing and to share my thoughts with you. I am working with a raspberry pi3 and a Web server installed on it. This web-server works on a local network with an IPv4 or IPv6 address. My goal is to reach the IPv6 address of the webserver outside of my network. Is it possible to do this? I attached the my config
Getting a global IPv6 address would be a question for your ISP and then depends on whether your home router supports it.
That guide is over 5 years old and things have changed since then. I've not done IPv6 tunnels on Linux so I'm not sure what the current method would be.marcas1997 wrote: ↑Wed Jun 27, 2018 1:45 pmI all, but I use Hurricane Electronic for set my raspberry for have the ipv6 address global. it works? I using this guide: http://www.dickson.me.uk/2013/03/15/set ... -electric/
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