This series of videos goes through installing vSphere to run the virtual machine, and installing and configuration Lubuntu on that virtual machine.
This video will look at enabling Teredo on Ubuntu. Teredo is an IPv6 transitioning protocol. When enabled it allows IPv4 based clients to access IPv6 based networks. This is done without the need to have any IPv6 devices on the network or your ISP supporting IPv6 networking.Show lesson content
1. To enable Teredo, open a terminal. To open a terminal, open the start menu and select Accessories and then select LXTerminal.
2. To ping an IPv6 address, use the command ping6. When Teredo is not enabled and there is no IPv6 networking configured, this command will return a message saying that the network is unreachable.
3. There are number of different packages in Linux that can be installed to enable Teredo support. In this case the package Miredo will be used because it is simple to install and setup. To install it run the following command “sudo apt-get install miredo”
4. Once the package has installed, when attempting to ping IPv6 addresses, a response should be received.
5. The configuration file for the Miredo package is found at /etc/miredo.conf
If you are having problems with Teredo not working, edit this file and change the server that Teredo is using. In the file there are entries for Debian and Microsoft. The default is Debian, however the Microsoft one may work better. Your ISP may have a Teredo server or there may be a public Teredo server in your area that you can use.
“Howto enable IPv6, the Teredo way” http://blargasm.com/post/7979540039/ipv6-teredo-howto
“Teredo tunneling” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teredo_tunneling