The Internet 2.0
Internet Service Providers like AT&T are slowly providing IPv6 service to their customers, but if your ISP doesn’t currently assign your household a public IPv6 address then you’ll need the help of a tunnel broker to get you connected. Why is getting connected to the IPv6 internet that important? Honestly, for casual users, its not. But geeks know that some things are only available if your home network has an IPv6 address. Whether you just want to finally see the dancing kame, or you want access to some of the IPv6-only goodies like free usenet servers, the following guide will get you started creating your first 6in4 or protocol 41 tunnels. Read more to find out how to get your home network off the IPv4 island and connected to the internet 2.0.