Miredo is a Teredo implementation that runs on FreeBSD. The FreeBSD system should already have functional dual-stack connectivity before installing Miredo. You'll need root privileges to run most of the commands below.
Do one of the following
Enable Miredo during system startup.
Enable IPv6 forwarding.
Edit the Miredo config:
- Uncomment RelayType and change it to relay
- Comment out any ServerAddress
Start and test Miredo
Before starting Miredo, check the IPv6 route table for the lack of a 2001::/32 route
You should get no output from the above.
Ping6 and traceroute6 to a known Teredo client (eg. teredomon.mucip.net or mire.remlab.net). The client will be multiple hops away.
Now startup Teredo relaying.
Recheck the IPv6 route table and traceroute6 paths. You should now see a 2001::/32 route and the Teredo client will be 0 hops away.
Redistribute the Teredo 2001::/32 route
To allow your FreeBSD Teredo relay to be useable by the rest of your IPv6 network, you'll need to add a 2001::/32 route to your routers. Two ways to do that are:
- Add a static route on your router to 2001::/32 with your FreeBSD system IPv6 address as the gateway address and propagate the static route to your network.
- Run a dynamic routing protocol on the FreeBSD system compatible with your existing network routers.