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The following steps are to set up a tunnel on the Linode. This works for Ubuntu. Similar steps can be used in Debian as ell.

Insert the following into the /etc/network/interfaces file:


Replace
– the address value with the “Client IPv6 address”.
– the gateway value with the “Server IPv6 address”.
- the endpoint with the endpoint that your tunnel broker provides you with. Usually this endpoint will be in a geographical location that is close to your Linode.
- 12.34.56.78 with your Linode’s IP address. In case of multiple IPs, make sure that this IP is set to the same address as the used to sign up for the tunnel.

Now, run the following command to test the tunnel:


If successful, you can see ping replies. Otherwise, there might be some network configuration errors which need to be further checked.

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