I am a bit confused about the ipv6 6to4 tunnel setup. It says that it is an automatic tunnel and you do not need to create any tunnel. But if you don't have a route to the other end, how does the tunnel get created and how do you do this if you don’t know the IPv4 tunnel endpoint? Thanks
6to4 Tunnel is called automatic because here we don't specify the IPv4 tunnel destination in interface configuration as is done on static tunnel, and tunnels are automatically built.
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