Xiaobo Zhu wrote:
thanks for your reply.
I install miredo and study the manual, it seems that the default setting of
midero works fine, so I just setup teredo as follows, but it still can't
work. would you please figure out what is wrong with it, or give me a
configuration guide in detail.
Thanks in advance!

// asign the ipv6 add
ifconfig teredo inet6 2001:da8:207:1:0:5efe.
// setup the default router
ifconfig teredo isatap rtr

Like I said in my first post to this thread, I haven't tried this and I can't try this by my self for the moment (got no access to a 6-4 gateway what I'm aware about), however I think it's a interesting subject so I will probably try to test it in the future if I get the opportunity.

I was now reading little about it and found a posting http://article.gmane.org/gmane.network.ipv6.miredo.devel/174 so maybe it doesn't offer a working isatap client only a isatap server and you need the client, this posting say so but maybe that's only apply for linux.

The only tips I can give you is to check for any error messages in /var/log/messages and I would try to start it manual in xterm or on the console to see what's going on, as root /usr/local/sbin/miredo --foreground

Maybe it's better for you to continue the search for a solution in http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-net the readers of that list are probably more into this subject.


Christer Hermansson

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