My ISP (Unitymedia Germany) tunnels IPv4 traffic through slow and unstable CGNAT (they call it "AFTR", which seems to be a similar thing) but comes with reliable and native IPv6.
Now, is there any way I can take full advantage of the IPv6 connection and access IPv4 hosts through the native IPv6 connection from my Win7 PC?
Naturally, I have searched Google, but any hits are about accessing IPv6 through IPv4, which is the opposite of what I want to do. I've also come across buzzwords like NAT64 and DNS64, but couldn't find much information about it for end users.
If it helps, I have a linux server with IPv6 in a datacenter near me, which could be abused for any potential shenanigans.