Setup a Static IPv6 Address Over Dynamic IPv4

You can create a static IPv6 using IPv4 multicast. If you're not familiar with IPv6 then I recommend using some online tools for help. You can use and to help you figure out your subnetting, broadcast address, and network address to accomlpish a multicast setup.

Here I will step through a simple example of using NAT traversal and multicasting to setup an IPv6 network of 4 computers behind an IPv4 router that obtains a dynamic internet IPv4 address using DHCP.

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