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    SubjectRe: Trivial IPv6-for-Fedora HOWTO
    Jeff Garzik [2004-08-23 00:51 CEST]:
    >
    > So, thanks to David Woodhouse for showing me how to do this. IPv6
    > appears to be very, very close to a Just Works(tm) state.
    >
    > These instructions are for Fedora Core 2 users, and describe how to set
    > up IPv6 automatically tunnelling (6to4) on an IPv4 network. If you are
    > stuck on an IPv4-only network (like most of us), this enables
    > communication with IPv6 hosts quickly, easily, and transparently.
    >
    > (this HOWTO is archived at http://yyz.us/ipv6-fc2-howto.html)
    [...]
    >
    > If you have an iptables ipv4 firewall, you'll want to
    >
    [...]
    >
    > F2) duplicate your ipv4 firewall rules for ipv6, using ip6tables. Some
    > things, like masquerade, are not applicable to ipv6.

    Does Fedora Core 2 has patches, which add ipv6 statefull inspection to
    netfilter? If not, this is only true for rules without statefull
    inspection.

    Frank.
    --
    Frank Matthieß

    "Was kommt denn als nächstes? Ein Studiengang 6 Semester sendmail mit
    Aufbaustudium `sendmail security'?" -- Frank Guthausen
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