I'm looking to implement native IPv6 on my home network with a current IPv4 internet connection, as Telstra Cable doesn't provide IPv6. I'm struggling to find any information on it at all, every Google search returns "Tunnel Broker". Accessing IPv6 hosts on the internet with an IPv4 public address isn't my goal, I just want it on my LAN with no Dual-Stack configurations. My knowledge of IPv6 isn't the greatest which is one of the reason i want to run it internally at home, it seems to be the fastest way i learn things when i see it actually running instead of reading theory. I'm getting stuck where I would perform some kind of "NAT" I'm guessing, where the router communicates via IPV4 and translates the address to IPV6 on my LAN. So it would look like this IPV6 LAN ---> IPV6 interface on Router <--> "Some Kind of Address/Protocol Translation" <-->IpV4 interface on Router ---> IpV4 Internet Is what I'm thinking even possible?