[AusNOG] What does an IPv6 broadband service look like?

Matthew Moyle-Croft mmc at internode.com.au
Sun Aug 3 21:44:30 EST 2008

Scott Howard wrote:
> InterNode are doing consumer IPv6, both native and tunneled.
Tunnelled - native at some point in the not too distant future.  
> Speaking with a vendor hat on the subject of this thread is probably 
> as much as anything what's holding things back - until we know what 
> real-world IPv6 deployments look like it's hard to architect a 
> product. eg, consider a spam RBL - today many of them work at the 
> individual IP address level, but is that still valid if ISPs start 
> handing out a million IPv6 addresses to each subscriber?
There's an interesting can of worms - just send spam for a different 
IPv6 address every time. Hmm - a smart spammer at the moment would be 
buying dual stack transit.


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