Please - a how-to guide!
Hi mate, VIC20 was also my first computer and I'm also posting AC to protect my geek cred ; )
Can somebody please post a link to a real how-to guide (no videos) that explains how to do common tasks in the ip6 world. Not just how to connect to the internet but also tasks like:
configure and connect to simple office VPN
manage small home or office network, including wired and wireless connections, multiple routers
set up dns (or however its done) to connect to systems that we currently connect to by ip address eg source control, databases, custom hardware
diagnose network problems (must not require wireshark)
configure firewall to replace previous NAT router's protection against non-requested traffic
configure common VOIP configs
connect to IP4 and IP6 web sites
connect to IP4 and IP6 systems that do not play well with DNS or where DNS is not available (eg RDP, legacy software, etc)
supporting old systems eg win2k, old printers, old hardware
basic security config
set up mailservers, including SPF etc for good deliverability
ensure good performance and reliability
I can do all of the above and more with my eyes closed in an IP4 world, but have no idea how to do in IP6. I'm not going to read the RFCs and work it out from scratch and I'm not going to do any of this until I am confident in advance that it won't cause major instabilities, bugs and general time wasting.
The beer is for whoever can find me a useful information resource.