This evening I finished up the initial phase of the home IPv6 project. At this point, any client on my home network that fully supports IPv6 can connect to any IPv6 resources on the public Internet, such as http://test-ipv6.com/ and http://www.kame.net
(More on that “fully supports” thing, later.)
This should have taken just a few hours, but I ran into a lot of incorrect documentation and obsolete software that led me down a few ratholes. More on that later, too 🙂
For, now, it’s (dancing, IPv6) turtles, all the way down!