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.
Introduction The way a VPN works is quite simple, a client connects to a server, a ciphered tunnel is created between the client and the server. And as soon as this tunnel is up and running, the client and the server start to exchange their network traffic trough that tunnel. There are many possible applications to create with a such tool, this article focus on the following(s): Exchanging both IPv4 and IPv6 traffic trough the VPN tunnel