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Linux and Unix IPv6 Networking

Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the latest revision of the Internet Protocol (IP). Includes IPv6 tutorials, tips, command, configurations, and firewall settings for Linux and Unix-like operating systems ( rss feed ).

How do I set the prefixlen for an IPv6 address under FreeBSD operating systems?
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ip6tables: IPv6 Firewall For Linux

Q. IPv4 by default protect internal host using RFC 1918 private IP address. But IPv6 offers direct global address which result into exposing all internal hosts as well. How do I create default IPv6 firewall to drop all incoming (except ping6 request) connection and only allow outgoing requests from Linux workstation?
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Q. Now, I know how to configure IPv6 tunnel but how do I browse website using IPv6 IP address like 2001:4860:0:2001::68 under Firefox or Opera web browser?
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Q. My local nameserver root zone file is outdated. It has no information about IPv6 and recently changed root server IP address. How do I update my root hints data file under Debian and Red Hat Bind 9 server?
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Q. Before I can start using IPv6 on a Linux server, how do I test, whether my Linux server system is IPv6 ready or not? If not, how do I enable IPv6 support under Redhat Enterprise Linux version 5?
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