Thanks for the positng. Vlan1 was partof the problem. The other one is that I had the wrong IPv6 address on the tunnel0 interface (I was using .1 and should have been using .2). Once I changed both, I was able to start pinging IPv6 hosts as well as go to IPv6 only websites.
The only debug command that I found that gave me any info was debug tunnel. All I could see was traffic going out but no indication of what nothing was coming back. Will be digging more into that area. I am using this to help my learning so I can get more experience with IPv6 and do better when I start taking the CCNP R/S exams in a few weeks (already have CCNP Security).
Will Also take a look at the link you provided about DDNS. Want to look at that as well.
Good that it's working now. The source as Vlan1 was visible to me, but the one with the IPv6 addressing not as I don't know what tunnelbroker assigned to you. Logical is that .1 is on the "provider side" and .2 on the "client side", but you never know.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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