Welcome to Breezy!
If you've been regularly dropping in to this site, you might have noticed that all the content has disappeared. That's right....ker-blam! I had a little, shall we say, "experiment" with upgrading my Hypervisor to ESXi 5.1 and it blew away my whole RAID 1 array. Oops!
Anyway, time for something fresh.
You can run a 6to4 tunnel (like the ones www.he.net offer for free) through an IPv4 router. It simply tunnels IPv6 packets inside an IPv4<-->IPv4 tunnel.
[IPv6 LAN Subnet]<--->[IPv6/IPv4 router]<---IPv4 Internet---->[IPv4/IPv6 tunnel broker peer]<--IPv6 Internet-->
I hope to start adding in forums and the like in the next little while. For now, I have a couple of Cisco forums and some general forums to start the ball rolling.
This is quite interesting. I had a heck of a time trying to install/configure a Cisco Virtual Wireless LAN Controller and just came on this post:
To make a long story short, the Cisco installation instructions work fine, but there are some important caveats that the blogger found:
Points To Keep In Mind on the vWLC:
- Cisco Access Point not on code 7.3 and above would not join vWLC
- Incorrect time configure initially caused the self-signed certificate (SSC) on the vWLC to be invalid