The Go6 folks have rebranded as GoGoNet for provisioning IPv6 access to people who don't have it. Considering my SixXS tunnels have a habit of breaking every few months, I'm going to have to give this a try. GoGoNet still provides "Freenet6" access for using IPv6 at the home: either single or multiple computers; they've also added some stuff for accessing v4 stuff at your house from the v6 world.
Anyhoo, the provisioning at home is done via an Ubuntu box. I've already begun migrating it to Karmic, and it uses the newest client software to access Freenet6: however, its missing a config file by default. I was able to create a working config via the man doc and some other sources.
1. sudo apt-get install gw6c radvd
2. sudo /etc/init.d/radvd stop
3. sudo nano /etc/gw6c/gw6c.conf
if_prefix=eth0 (CHANGE IF NEEDED)
host_type=router (CHANGE TO host IF 1 BOX)
4. sudo /etc/init.d/gw6c restart
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