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use OpenVPN to get access to IPv6

Hi folks,

I have an idleing VPS with IPv4 and IPv6 and I thought about using to access services over IPv6 as my ISP doesn't support it and probably won't in the next months. I used nyr's openvpn script here: https://github.com/Nyr/openvpn-install But I can't use IPv6. I thought this would work, do I have to configure something?

Thank you.

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Comments

  • InfinityInfinity Member, Provider

    Do you have a single IPv6 address? For this IIRC you will need a /64.

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  • @Infinity said:
    Do you have a single IPv6 address? For this IIRC you will need a /64.

    indeed. I have 1 IPv4 and 1 IPv6.

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  • @Infinity said:
    Do you have a single IPv6 address? For this IIRC you will need a /64.

    Nat behind IPv6 is not possible with OpenVPN ?

    Always trying to be negative ^^.

  • NomadNomad Member
    edited March 2014

    Same here but I'm using Softether VPN.
    My provider doesn't support IPv6 yet and I didn't have native IPv6 on my OpenVZ VPS. Now I got IPv6 on it but when I try to distribute it, I can't.
    I only get IPv6 when I connect through ssh.

    (Though in my network connection details I seem to have an IPv6 but I can't use it :S)

    ...
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  • cygnicygni Member

    @trexos said:
    indeed. I have 1 IPv4 and 1 IPv6.

    From the wiki, you need an IPV6 block, /64 is recommended, but you could get away with /112.

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