[AusNOG] native v6 transit?
mmc at internode.com.au
Tue Mar 18 20:53:49 EST 2008
David J. Hughes wrote:
> Optus offers v6 transit.
Do you know what AS? Neither 7474 or 7473 have any routes at the moment
- Optus have a /32 but it's not in the routing table neither are Singtel's.
bdr1.adl6>sh bgp ipv6 unicast regexp _7474_
bdr1.adl6>sh bgp ipv6 unicast regexp _7473_
NTT do for sure in Oz.
Telstra AS1221 only has their own space routed (hilariously we see them
via peering in the US).
> I have also heard that Telstra _can_ but
> it's not widely spoken of and you need to know the secret handshake
> before they'll talk to you about it :-) NTT also do v6 but I doubt
> Perth is part of the footprint (worth an ask though).
> Oh, and as for Internode, I'll second your comments. Bloody good
> work guys !!!
> On 18/03/2008, at 2:29 PM, Adrian Chadd wrote:
>> Who offers native v6 transit in Perth(! i know..) and whats it like?
>> No direct sales offers - only comments from people who are using
>> transit services please. I'd like to know what the options are.
>> And for the record - I know about Internode. Good work guys. :)
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