I just got my IPv6 Address – and with the help of Vyatta now all of my home systems can reach the IPv6 address space.
If not, perhaps you should register for a free one and give yourself the hookup – http://www.tunnelbroker.net/
Next Up: jermsmit.com goes IPv6
Hurricane Electric provides free IPv6 tunnels via the 6in4 protocol on the website tunnelbroker.net. After signing up, one can create up to 5 tunnels. When settings up a standard tunnel, one has to provide one’s endpoint IPv4 address which may change from time to time (moving around or 24-hour reset of a DSL line). So one may want to automate the process of updating the tunnel endpoint on the HE website (plus the re-activation of tunnel on the local computer.
- List of woldwide IPv6 tunnel brokers: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_IPv6_tunnel_brokers#Worldwide
- tunnelbroker.net automatic tunnel IP update and tunnel setup (on Mac OS X): https://gist.github.com/960672
- HE – Tunnel with a dynamic ip-address: http://www.tunnelbroker.net/forums/index.php?topic=287.0
- IPv6 on OS X: https://wikispaces.psu.edu/display/ipv6/IPv6+on+OS+X
- Alternative, especially if you are using a MacBook (Pro) or iBook:
- Instantaneous IPv6 connectivity via the Teredo protocol (still beta): https://github.com/darconeous/miredo-osx