At the end of this chapter, you should be able to do the following:
Define the address format, encapsulation, and intended use of the 6to4 IPv6 transition technology.
Describe how the IPv6 protocol in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista supports 6to4 as a host, host/router, and router.
List and describe the routes on a 6to4 host, a 6to4 host/router, a 6to4 router, and the IPv6 routers on the IPv6 Internet that make 6to4-based communication possible.
Describe how 6to4-tunneled communication works between 6to4 hosts, 6to4 host/routers, 6to4 routers on the IPv4 Internet, and IPv6 hosts on the IPv6 Internet.
Describe how to manually configure a computer running Windows Server 2008 or Windows Vista as a 6to4 router.
6to4 is ...