Now we can start to configure our local part of the tunnel. I want to keep each service as much as possible seperated from the underlying hardware. So I will use a virtual machine to handle my part of the tunnel. Thus I can easily control all traffic through the tunnel and get a dedicated firewall for free.
There are lots of information available in the net, so I don’t explain how to create a new Xen guest domain. The new instance is a Debian Wheezy system
with just 128MB RAM and 4GB disk space.
Afterwards you just need to install the Debian package \it aiccu, enter SixXS-Userid and Password and choose the default tunnel you want to use. In case of problems please have a look in the SixXS FAQ. Most likely your firewall has to be configured accordingly. More aiccu configuration can be done via /etc/aiccu.conf
After starting aiccu, the tunnel will be active and hopefully never terminate.