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Novell Netware

There is no port of TCP/IP 6 stack under Netware

But Novell is working on this.

Sun Solaris


ifconfig ip.tun0 inet6 plumb
ifconfig ip.tun0 inet6 tsrc [ipv4_du_tunnel_broker] tdst [votre_ipv4_publique] up
ifconfig ip.tun0 inet6 addif [votre_ipv6_cote_tb] [votre_ipv6_publique] up

Compaq/HP Tru64 UNIX


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Include IPv6 Support in the Kernel

To include the IP Version 6 (IPV6) and IP-in-IP Tunneling (IPTUNNEL) options in the kernel, do the following:

  1. Build a new kernel by using the following command:

    # doconfig -c SYSTEM_NAME
    	

    Choose the IPV6 and IPTUNNEL options in addition to any others you want.

  2. Save the original kernel, then copy the new kernel to the root directory:

    # cp /vmunix /vmunix.save
    	# cp /sys/SYSTEM_NAME/vmunix /vmunix
    	
  3. Reboot the system. Make sure that there are no other users on the system. Use a command similar to the following:

    # shutdown -r +5 "Adding IPv6 and IPTUNNEL kernel options ..."
    	

Configure Tru64 UNIX IPv6 Hosts

To configure a Tru64 UNIX IPv6 host, run the ip6_setup script and complete the following steps:

  1. Identify the interface or interfaces over which to run IPv6.

  2. Decide if you want this system to update the DNS/BIND database automatically. If you want to do this, you must also provide a fully qualified domain name for the IPv6 host.

    Note

    The DNS/BIND server must also be configured to allow the dynamic updates.

  3. Decide if you need a configured IPv4 tunnel for communications with other IPv6 nodes or networks. You will need the remote node's IPv4 address (the remote end of the tunnel) and your node's IPv4 address (this end of the tunnel).

  4. Decide if you want to configure static routes. You might want to configure static routes if you want a configured tunnel to a router and the router is not advertising itself as a default router on the tunnel link.

See the Network Administration manual for more information.

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Configure Tru64 UNIX IPv6 Routers

To configure a Tru64 UNIX IPv6 router, run the ip6_setup script and complete the following steps:

  1. Identify the interface or interfaces over which to run IPv6.

  2. Decide if you want to enable IPv6 routing over Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) interfaces.

  3. Decide if you need a configured IPv4 tunnel for communications with other IPv6 nodes or networks. You will need the remote node's IPv4 address (the remote end of the tunnel) and your node's IPv4 address (this end of the tunnel).

  4. Decide if you want to configure static routes. You might want to configure static routes if one of the following conditions is true:

    • You want a configured tunnel and you are not advertising an address prefix on the tunnel link.

    • You want a configured tunnel and the router on the other end of the tunnel is not running the RIPng protocol.

    • Your system is not running the RIPng protocol.

  5. Identify the interface (LAN, PPP, or configured tunnel) on which you want to run the RIPng protocol or advertise an address prefix. If the latter, you must decide on the address prefix to advertise.

See the Network Administration manual for more information.



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