[AusNOG] What does an IPv6 broadband service look like?
barrie at mypond.net
Sat Aug 2 15:23:23 EST 2008
None of the vendors we are talking too use Linux in their CPE :(
And they are all really struggling to meet basic V6 requirements let alone more complex 4/6
features. The common theme seems to be " we will need more RAM and more Flash and .... more
time, and don't expect it to route at 24 Mb/s".
>> It'll depend on the CPE OS platform I guess.
> Not really - this is a productisation question rather than a technical
>> I figure all the Linux based CPE will look and feel like Linux does, which
>> is why I pointed out how I get my v6 connectivity.
> Linux can be made to do many things - and it can change and adapt to the
> products that companies deliver and consumers want.
>> I don't know how a Cisco CPE works - I don't have access to one, but I can
>> only guess it's probably different.
> Not really - config is different (obviously) but it looks pretty similar
> in a lot of ways.
> I note only 6 lines different between my original config and my dual
> stack one. But again, I'm not a typical customer. (My home Class C is
> 16 years "old" this year!).
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