New tunnel back up. We’re using openvpn now for secure tunneling. Real great piece of software. It doesn’t rely on kernel modules or any other proprietary low-level add-on or operating-system linkage. It even runs on windows systems without problems! The new (and hopefully final) address range is 2001:1410:100:3210::/64. Check your dns for the current address allocation within npw.net ;).
The newly registered IPv6 tunnel is down again. Something went wrong, don’t actually know what. Nevertheless, I won’t re-register with tunnelbroker. I got a new IPv6-range from in-ulm.de, an Internet and networking association from Ulm/Neu-Ulm, Germany. The latency will therefore decrease quite a lot, from approximately about 200–400 ms to about 30ms from npw.net to the next hop.
I actually do not know when the tunnel (will be something encrypted) is ready, so IPv6 will be down for some days (weeks?).