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?
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?
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?
DEVICE name : eth0
IP ADDRESS : 10.10.29.66
NETMASK : 255.255.255.192
ROUTER IP: 10.10.29.65
How do I setup a static IP address under a Ubuntu Linux 14.04 or 16.04 LTS server?