Written by: DDRRE (Snir Hassidim), 2014 Example environment configuration: br0 (172.16.0.1/16, fd10:ffff::1/16) is an internal bridge interface that holds all internal LAN ports. eth0 (22.214.171.124/30, 2ab0:15bc:32af:0020:a752:a467::63/96) is the external interface. 126.96.36.199/30 is the NAT64 external address. 2ab0:15bc:32af:0020:6464:6464::/96 is the pre-allocated DNS64 prefix. 1. To configure WrapSix on an Ubuntu router, edit wrapper.c in the WrapSix "src" directory, and fill in the values for INTERFACE, PREFIX, IPV4_ADDR, HOST_IPV6_ADDR and HOST_IPV4_ADDR. INTERFACE: Set your internal interface here. Example: "br0" PREFIX: Set your DNS64 prefix here. Example: "2ab0:15bc:32af:0020:6464:6464::" IPV4_ADDR: Set the IPv4 address to be used for NAT64 external packets. Example: "188.8.131.52" If you only have one external IP, you can try setting a private IP from your internal subnet (not fully tested). HOST_IPV6_ADDR: Type your router's external IPv6 address. Example: "2ab0:15bc:32af:0020:a752:a467::63" HOST_IPV4_ADDR: Type your router's external IPv4 address. Example: "184.108.40.206" Note: DO NOT create an interface that uses the NAT64 address from IPV4_ADDR. 2. Compile and install wrapsix (make && make install). 3. Add it to your local startup scripts. 4. If you used a public IPv4 address in IPV4_ADDR, skip this step. Create a NAT rule for WrapSix (add it before other rules): iptables -t nat -I POSTROUTING 1 -s <IPv4_ADDR goes here> -j SNAT --to <IPV4_ADDR goes here> 5. Done!
This is a very userful howto, thank you DDRRE! Ad private (NATted) IPv4: it's possible to use it, there shouldn't be any problem with it (I tested it, although not on a router).
Last updated: 2023-03-13