[AusNOG] My Predictions for the ISP Industry
mclennan at internode.on.net
Wed Mar 14 10:45:17 EST 2012
Funny thing on this topic. This morning I configured up my Mikrotik
750GL Router and now distributing dual-stack around my network, has
probably best ipv6 front end I'v seen yet on the market( RouterOS
v5.14). Bang for buck(mikrotik 750GL router under $100 delivered) to
get dual stack on older adsl equipment is great..
(Internode ISP) ---- (ADSL MODEM in bridge mode)------(PPPoE on
Mikrotik 750GL)==Local LAN's IPV4/IPV6
On 14/03/2012 10:28 AM, Mark Newton wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 09:25:05AM +1000, Nicholas Meredith wrote:
> > Does that Netcomm and other gear in that same leage actually support v6
> > properly?
> > Does it run a v6 DNS masquerade?
> > Will RA correctly assign v6 DNS to hosts?
> Well, no -- RA doesn't assign DNS.
> > Is DHCP6 supported?
> > Simply routing v6 isn't enough, they need to
> > be able to operate 100% v6 only, and I'd be surprised if it does that.
> Yeah it does. You don't want to run them like that because the
> v6 internet is presently as useless as a chocolate teapot, but if
> you want to run them like that you can.
> It ain't 2005 anymore, son.
> > Billions and a few others maybe, anyone got more accurate details on
> > excactly what is still incomplete with CPE for home/soho users?
> The AVM FritzBox is pretty good for SOHO. Everything you'd ever
> want in one box. The high-end version counts as pretty good NBN CPE
> - mark
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