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Is it possible to configure a Cisco router to serve as a Teredo relay?

The router in question is a Cisco 871, show version as follows: Cisco IOS Software, C870 Software (C870-ADVIPSERVICESK9-M), Version 12.4(24)T8, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1) Technical Support: ...
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Connecting to IPv6 hosts when mobile and on a Surface?

Specifically, at my usual location, I have an IPv6 network which connects to the Internet via a static tunnel set up to Hurricane Electric's tunnel broker ( http://www.tunnelbroker.net/ ). This works ...
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Teredo - how to connect to host behind NAT?

All I want to achieve is to establish connection to my simple server (written in C# using TcpListener class, if it makes any difference), on my computer which is behind NAT. It has some IPv6 address ...
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Use a separate Teredo server and Teredo relay in Windows

All documentation (including microsoft's) about Teredo mentions the existance of Teredo Servers and Teredo Relays (and host-specific relays). Microsoft itself even runs public Teredo Servers (but no ...
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Teredo “Error: Failed to Open Tunnel Adapter”"

I have some Windows 7 Machines with an issue on the Teredo network interface. It's not working, and due that i dont have routable IPv6 behind a NAT and the tecnologies that depends of Teredo like ...
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Get ipv6 static address teredo

I have a server behind NAT, which I want to be able to access from the internet. I want to do it over ipv6. I guess my question falls into two: I don't think teredo is working on it. I have ethernet ...
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Connectivity between IPv6 Teredo host and IPv6 6to4 Host

I have two computers. Host 1 is a Debian machine running Miredo (Terido client) inside of a VirtualBox VPN. The VM host is running under a private IP address space (192.168.0.0). Host 2 is an ...
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Teredo and IPV6 web servers

I have two different questions, the first one could be stupid. I was reading about IPV6 and ended up in this site http://test-ipv6.com/ that says that I have a public IPV6 with Teredo tunneling. I ...
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Is there anything wrong with disabling Teredo?

Today while doing some routine maintenance I discovered that my internet-connected network adapter was using a 6to4 tunnel to connect to my ISP. Some self-eduction on Teredo seemed to indicate quite ...
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Any hardware/software routers that support Full Cone NAT?

i'm trying to get Teredo to function on my machine. Most routers, it seems, refuse to forward packets from any host other than the one i specifically connected to first. Teredo requires full Cone NAT ...
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Connect to Teredo-enabled server behind NAT

I've got a Vista64 machine behind a NAT router connected to the IPv4 Internet. Teredo is enabled on my machine and I've got a IPv6 address with 2001:0: prefix. I can ping several servers in the IPv6 ...