[AusNOG] World IPv6 Day
mmc at internode.com.au
Wed Jun 8 10:41:04 EST 2011
We've had a 6to4 gateway for quite a few years now.
However, we offer dual stack optin for customers so it doesn't see much traffic!
Broken 6to4 is the major cause of issues with v6 connectivity. Reality is that no v6 is better than 6to4 or terredo most of the time.
(Have a look at Lorenzo's presentation at the Google IPv6 implementors conference last year - http://bit.ly/laqHji )
On 08/06/2011, at 10:01 AM, Mark Andrews wrote:
And to help alleviate 6to4 problems caused by the extra traffic how
many Australian ISP's have turned on 6to4 relay routers? Even if
you can't deliver IPv6 directly to your customers almost all
Australian ISP's should be capable of bringing up 6to4 relay routers
and de-encapulating the traffic.
You are helping your own customers if you do this. You don't
have to let the anycast prefix leave your IGP.
Note you don't have to do this on your usual routers if you are
worried about it taking cpu. Just send the traffic to dedicated
Router <-> 6to4 Relay Router (2002::/16, 184.108.40.206/24)
In message <032C9DD4-60EF-4D27-AE88-B0B6D62DB97D at internode.com.au<mailto:032C9DD4-60EF-4D27-AE88-B0B6D62DB97D at internode.com.au>>, Matthew Moy
dig +short www.facebook.com<http://www.facebook.com> aaaa
dig +short www.bing.com<http://www.bing.com> aaaa
dig +short www.google.com<http://www.google.com> aaaa
dig +short www.yahoo.com<http://www.yahoo.com> aaaa
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