[AusNOG] TPG Residential IPV6

Joseph Goldman joe at apcs.com.au
Wed Mar 6 16:16:36 EST 2013

Hi Brad,

  Not quite.

  TPG offer access to their services as a Layer 2 tunneled service, 
hence not terminating on TPG's LACs (just being forwarded).

  The ISP's who utilise TPG's DSLAM network and has the tails tunneled 
to their own LAC can indeed offer IPv6 if their own network supports it.

  The comment about IPv6 not being available was at a retail level I 


On 6/03/13 4:14 PM, Don Gould wrote:
> Sorry I'm confused...
> ...so what you're saying is that we don't even know what providers 
> actually do have v6 and their own staff don't know they're doing v6 in 
> places that they are?
> So SMB's are calling up to find out about services and just being 
> given the wrong information?
> D
> On 6/03/2013 6:06 p.m., Brad Evans wrote:
>> Spot on. We're doing this right now and it's working fine.  We have a
>> few customers live (both EFM and ADSL2+)
>> Cheers
>> -Brad
>> On 6/03/2013 15:59, Craig Askings wrote:
>>> On 06/03/2013, at 2:44 PM, Damien Gardner Jnr <rendrag at rendrag.net>
>>> wrote:
>>>> I spoke to our TPG/PIPE account manager about this, this morning, and
>>>> the reply came back that all TPG/PIPE 'non-authenticated' services
>>>> had IPv6 available now, but there were no plans to provide it on
>>>> EFM/ADSL/SHDSL services at this point.
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> DG
>>> FYI ipv6 will work over their EFM/ADSL/SHDSL tails if being used in a
>>> wholesale capacity and the retail isp that is terminating the ppp on
>>> their own LNS supports ipv6.
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