It is year 2122, we’ve finally succeed to fight climate changes and some developers have just removed IPv4 support from Linux Kernel. Now when connecting to a WiFi access point, a computer only receives an IPv6 configuration. What are the differences from an IPv4 network ?
It is pretty easy to know by heart IP addresses of useful hosts inside an IPv4 LAN network. But with IPv6, It is way more difficult to memorize these addresses.
There is a Pi-hole DNS inside my home network since a while, it is a really powerful add blocker system. While I was looking for a DNS64 solution, I discovered Pi-hole did not have a DNS64 option. At first, I was afraid to have to choose between the Pi-hole or the DNS64. But then I discovered several methods to combine Pi-hole with an external DNS64 service.
Introduction For many purposes, it is been a while since I wanted to have a NAT64 gateway inside my LAN. Sadly, at the time of this writing, my home router does not propose that kind of service. So why not trying to run it on a Raspberry Pi ? NAT64 gateway is mainly used to reach IPv4 network from IPv6 network. There are many possible applications, such as opening an IPv6 access to a server farm that was only designed to operate through IPv4, or giving an access to IPv4 Internet for hosts only having an IPv6 configuration. This article describes how to configure a Raspberry Pi as a working NAT64 gateway with the help of the Tayga software.