bjorn at mork
Feb 28, 2012, 6:39 AM
Post #2 of 6
Dick Visser <visser [at] terena> writes:
> I am in the process of setting up an IPv6 only network, and finally
> gave up on Ecdysis because it kept crashing the VM that it ran on.
> Next candidate is Tayga, but I'm having some trouble getting things to
> work there as well.
> I have set-up a couple of things:
> VLAN20: IPv6 only, 2001:610:148:b0b0::/64, gateway
> 2001:610:148:b0b0::1. Does DHCPv6+RA etc.
> VLAN6: IPv4 network, 126.96.36.199/24.
> I designated 2001:610:148:b0b0:ffff::/96 as our NAT64 prefix.
> I have a VM running Ubuntu 10.04, which has two interfaces, one in each VLAN.
> All the examples for Tayga seem to assume that the Tayga box itself
> acts as the router for IPv6 clients.
> In my set-up this is not the case, our Cisco does that.
> So stuff like "(replace with your router's IPv4 address)" does not
> make sense for my set-up.
> I suspect my set-up could actually be rather simple, but I can't wrap
> my head around it.
The Tayga box needs to be a router, but you only need to route the IPv6
and IPv4 NAT64 prefixes through it. I.e.
on the Cisco router:
add static routes for your NAT64 prefix and the IPv4 addresses you are
going to translate it to, pointing to your Tayga box
on the Tayga box:
add default IPv4 and IPv6 routes pointing to your router
set up Tayga as if it was the only router in the network