Sunday, December 04, 2011 7:29 PM
I am setting up IPv6 for a direct access network. I am thinking about if I should use ISATAP or Native ipv6. All guides I find about native ipv6 they use 2001:DB8::1. Can I use this in a production environment or should I ask my ISP for a ipv6 ip range?
If I need to ask my isp can I use this adresses behind a TMG firewall and a DA server?
I understand that site-local fec0 is not the way to go with the internal network for getting Direct access and ipv6 network?
Sorry for the basic questions, but done alot of reading about ipv6 and cannot figure these last questions out. Hope for some help and answers with good explainations.
Jimmy Svensson. IT Konsult Göteborg Sverige. MCTS SBS Server Configuration MCTS Windows 7 Configuration.
Thursday, December 08, 2011 1:02 PM
Solved this myself.
2001:DB8::1 is an example of native ipv6. If you use this kind of ip-adress get it from your ISP. fec0, is similar to 10, 172, 192.168 and is not the prefered way to go with ipv6. So hopefully I get ipv6 from provider otherwise I solve it with ISATAP.
Jimmy Svensson. IT Konsult Göteborg Sverige. MCTS-Windows Server 2008 R2, Server Virtualization. MCTS SBS Server Configuration. MCTS Windows 7 Configuration.
- Marked As Answer by vind-surfer Thursday, December 08, 2011 1:02 PM