Work in progress
DN42 is a somewhat unique undertaking, and a great way to learn about networking and routing techs. If you feel like spicing the challenge up a bit, why not get familiar with IPv6 at the same time ?
There's nothing too different from IPv4, except one major point: it's a separate network space, and therefore you might not be able to reach the IPv4-part of DN42. That is, without NAT64, proxies, etc.. (read more below!) or if you're running dual-stack, both IPv4 and IPv6 at the same time.
If you're already running IPv4 on DN42, here's how to get started:
If not, you can follow the instructions on the Getting Started page, as they'll mostly apply to IPv6 aswell.
A fair share of the services are available through IPv6. However some of the well known addresses might not work, so you'll have to find alternative services. For example, as of current, there's no IPv6-anycast for the wiki.dn42 address, so you want to use an IPv6-capable instance directly, such as Mic92's Instance of the Wiki.
Quick list of some native-IPv6-capable services:
What doesn't work (yet?):
Last edited by KIOUBIT-MNT, 2021-05-31 23:48:53