Ubuntu, Raspberry Pi, IPv6 only

There are very simple instructions for installing Ubuntu on a Raspberry Pi, simply downloading the Imager and then pick the OS (which it will download for you, I used Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS), and write it to the micro SD card for your Pi. https://ubuntu.com/tutorials/how-to-install-ubuntu-on-your-raspberry-pi

The image is pre-configured for DHCPv4 using the wired Ethernet connection, with alternative instructions for getting it setup with Wi-Fi, but without mention of IPv6, which is now used by 30-35% of the Internet.

Here are instructions for setting up Ubuntu on your Raspberry Pi up with IPv6 only.

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IPv6 virtual networks on Azure

IPv6 support for Azure VNets is currently available in preview (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/updates/microsoft-adds-new-features-to-ipv6-support-for-azure-vnets/).

Most of it is available via the Azure Portal, but I found allocating an IP config to a network card had to be done via the shell.

Here are the steps I did to test:

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