IPV6 Ad-Hoc Networks plus Masquerading

Now that I have a dual stack working with IPV6 I decided to test wireless and IPV6.

That posed a problem since the wireless router I use does not support IPV6 and it cannot be upgraded but that would not have helped me since I receive a /64 and you cannot create several networks out of it, let’s say /65, since stateless configuration will break and you need separate networks to route properly.

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