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This document is meant as a showcase on how to add IPv6 to an existing IPv4 (home) network. The network in question is somewhat more complicated than your average home network. It has for instance two connection to the Internet. This documents describes the current layout of the LAN, how we added IPv6 to it and ends with a list of problems and a conclusion.

By adding IPv6 to a home setup one will receive a few advantages:

1. No more natting (at home),
2. Redundant email connection,
3. Global routable addresses for my servers,
4. P2P apps work.

Full how to here;
part 2 here;

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last modified: 2005-03-16 23:15:11