Our tunnel broker service allows you to reach the IPv6 Internet by tunneling over existing IPv4 connections from your IPv6-enabled host or router to one of our IPv6 routers. To use our service, you need an IPv6-capable router (IPv6 support is available for most platforms) or another device that supports IPv6 and also has IPv4 (existing Internet).
|IPv6||IPv4 & IPv6|
|Setup fee||Free of charge||Free of charge|
You have an existing Internet connection and a public IPv4 address, but your Internet service provider (ISP) does not support the IPv6 protocol or does not offer IPv6 addresses. This is the case for Vodafone Business connections, for example, and can be a problem because the address range of free IPv4 addresses has been exhausted for years and new providers are only given IPv6 addresses. As a result, services from these providers can only be accessed via Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6). We offer you the solution for exactly this situation with our IPv6 tunnels.
After you have entered your public IPv4 address and completed the order, we will set up your tunnel. Afterwards you will receive an email with the access data, whereupon you will be assigned a /64 IPv6 subnet and this will be used as transfer network between your router and ours. You will also receive a static /48 IPv6 subnet, which will be routed to the second IPv6 address of the transfer network. You can then set up to 65536 /64 IPv6 subnets on your router, split them or route them to other devices.
Manage your Internet tunnels quickly and easily with our self-developed web interface. You can restart your tunnels with a few clicks, customize the protocol or set up your border gateway protocol connection.
Of course you can see in our Cloud Manager web interface the status of your BGP sessions, as well as the subnets and number of imported, filtered and exported routes.
We offer you maximum flexibility by allowing you to adjust the protocol or IP address of your tunnel at any time. For example, you can replace your hardware and change the protocol of the tunnel with just one click.