[How-To] Get a Philippine IPv6 Address

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If you have read my previous How-To on how to connect to IPv6 Internet (if you are a Linux user), you may have realized by now that you are getting an address from the country the server is located.

There are pros and cons to having a different Geo-IP than your actual location, for example, when you want to bypass Geo-IP restrictions. But sometimes we want to use our own, especially in this case where IPv6 support from service providers is almost non-existent in countries like the Philippines.

Well, good news is, Globe Telecoms is now offering their own tunnel with a Philippines IPv6 address. Here’s how to connect…

For Linux users

Follow my [How-To] IPv6 Is Not Scary!! Connect to Next-Gen Internet Now! then follow the steps below:

  1. Create a tunnel account at Globe’s IPv6 website
  2. Open a terminal
  3. Type:

    Prism Shortcode Error: field, url, data_src is missing

  4. Enter your Globe IPv6 tunnel account at the:

    Prism Shortcode Error: field, url, data_src is missing

    and:

    Prism Shortcode Error: field, url, data_src is missing

    fields
  5. Look for:

    Prism Shortcode Error: field, url, data_src is missing

    or

    Prism Shortcode Error: field, url, data_src is missing

    and comment it out by adding a # sign prefix
  6. After that same line, add:

    Prism Shortcode Error: field, url, data_src is missing

  7. Look for:

    Prism Shortcode Error: field, url, data_src is missing

    and comment it out by adding a # sign prefix
  8. Uncomment (remove the prefix # sign) from

    Prism Shortcode Error: field, url, data_src is missing

  9. Save the file and close it
  10. Back at the terminal, type:

    Prism Shortcode Error: field, url, data_src is missing

  11. Done!

For Windows users.

  1. Create a tunnel account at Globe’s IPv6 website
  2. Follow the steps found here
  3. Done!

Test if it works!

Simply visit the following sites:

  1. test-ipv6.com
  2. ipv6-test.com

You should see something like mine:
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[pe2-image src=”https://lh4.ggpht.com/-iOHSgoC4vTI/TfLmw6quvpI/AAAAAAAAAPs/O_zLgyU3OT4/s144-o/IPv6-test.png” href=”https://picasaweb.google.com/112707134052414816964/Labox#5616805413341019794″ caption=”” type=”image” alt=”IPv6-test.png” ]

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