|System Administration Guide, Volume 3|
|Chapter 2. Managing IPv6 Tasks|
This section describes how you configure IPv6 over IPv4 tunnels.
For conceptual descriptions of tunnels, see Solaris Tunneling Interfaces for IPv6 in Chapter 1.
For first tunnel
tsrc IPv4-source-addr tdst IPv4-destination-addr up
addif IPv6-source-address IPv6-destination-address up
Omit this step if you want the address autoconfigured for this interface. You do not need to configure link-local addresses for your tunnel because they are automatically configured.
For second tunnel
When you finish configuring the tunnels, you must reboot.
Note - You must perform the same steps at the other end of the tunnel for bidirectional communication to occur.
If your system is to be configured as a router, you must also configure your router to advertise over tunneling interfaces before rebooting. See How to Configure Your Router to Advertise Over Tunneling Interfaces.
This is an example of a tunnel for which all IPv6 addresses are autoconfigured.
tsrc 184.108.40.206 tdst 192.168.7.19 up
This is an example of a tunnel for which global and site local source and destination addresses are manually configured.
tsrc 220.127.116.11 tdst 192.168.7.19 up addif fec0::1234:a00:20ff:fe12:528 fec0::5678:a00:20ff:fe12:1234 up addif 2::1234:a00:20ff:fe12:528 2::5678:a00:20ff:fe12:1234 up
Do the following steps for each tunnel.
|Monitoring IPv6||Displaying IPv6 Name Service Information|