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docs:guide-user:services:vpn:openvpn:server.tun [2018/06/11 17:30] (current)
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 Since OpenVPN 2.3.//x//, OpenVPN can be used to provision IPv6 traffic through a TUN tunnel. This is useful to access IPv6 resources from a remote IPv4 network. All one needs to do is provision IPv6 through the tunnel and enable forwarding. First, to provision IPv6, suppose your IPv6 subnet is **2001:​aa:​bb:​cc::/​64** and the LAN interface on the OpenWrt router has the IPv6 address **2001:​aa:​bb:​cc::​1/​64**. To provision IPv6: Since OpenVPN 2.3.//x//, OpenVPN can be used to provision IPv6 traffic through a TUN tunnel. This is useful to access IPv6 resources from a remote IPv4 network. All one needs to do is provision IPv6 through the tunnel and enable forwarding. First, to provision IPv6, suppose your IPv6 subnet is **2001:​aa:​bb:​cc::/​64** and the LAN interface on the OpenWrt router has the IPv6 address **2001:​aa:​bb:​cc::​1/​64**. To provision IPv6:
  
-:!: Do not use the /64 IPv6 subnet deployed on your LAN. Use an additional /64 subnet split off from a larger [[doc/​uci/​network6#Downstream configuration for LAN-Interfaces|prefix delegation]] (e.g., a /56 or /60).+:!: Do not use the /64 IPv6 subnet deployed on your LAN. Use an additional /64 subnet split off from a larger [[docs:​guide-user:​network:​ipv6:​start#downstream_configuration_for_lan-interfaces|prefix delegation]] (e.g., a /56 or /60).
  
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docs/guide-user/services/vpn/openvpn/server.tun.txt · Last modified: 2018/06/11 17:30 by tmomas