Title : Tor part 5: onioncat for IPv6 VPN over tor Author: Solène Date : 13 November 2018 Tags : tor unix network openbsd68 This article is about a software named **onioncat**, it is available as a package on most Unix and Linux systems. This software allows to create an IPv6 VPN over Tor, with no restrictions on network usage. First, we need to install onioncat, on OpenBSD: $ doas pkg_add onioncat Run a tor hidden service, as explained in one of my previous article, and get the hostname value. If you run multiples hidden services, pick one hostname. # cat /var/tor/ssh_hidden_service/hostname g6adq2w15j1eakzr.onion Now that we have the hostname, we just need to run `ocat`. # ocat g6adq2w15j1eakzr.onion If everything works as expected, a [tun](https://man.openbsd.org/tun) interface will be created. With a fe80:: IPv6 address assigned to it, and a fd87:: address. Your system is now reachable, via Tor, through its IPv6 address starting with fd87:: . It supports _every_ IP protocol. Instead of using **torsocks** wrapper and .onion hostname, you can use the IPv6 address with any software.