[AusNOG] IPv6: Where's my tunnel?
hudrob at gmail.com
Fri Mar 8 09:41:21 EST 2013
Be wary of introducing IPv6 without serious planning into "secure" networks
- make sure the security barriers understand and will appropriately deal
with ingress and egress of IPv6 traffic.
On 08/03/2013 7:17 AM, "Don Gould" <don at bowenvale.co.nz> wrote:
> On 7/03/2013 10:45 p.m., Mark Newton wrote:
>> I don't get it.
> Sure Mark I can help explain that one.
> Following all the ranting, which I must thank you very much for
> (seriously, not being sarcastic there, you've empowered me with a wealth of
> information in the past week, even if I seem a bit like a tosser who just
> doesn't want to bother this this stuff).
> I've decided that we're pushing in v6 where ever we can. Tunnels, native,
> what ever, over dial up if required.
> I'll just come at this the other way around.
> You quite rightly pointed out that my not dropping in v6 at the same time
> as v4 on every site, every time I touch it, is just unprofessional on my
> You rightly pointed out that I should not be asking for permission, I
> should just be doing it because from a professional point of view, that's
> my job. As you say, I don't ask permission before I put other protocols in
> place that I know in my professional view should be there for the customers
> In 1995, in most cases I didn't ask my customers permission to check if
> something was Y2K compliant. If it wasn't, I just didn't purchase it, or
> if it was in the network, I just pulled it out as I went.
> So I'm not going to make a big fuss with the customer about changing stuff
> out, I'm just going to put the tunnels in (and you'll see my questions on
> how to do that next week as I've discovered yesterday that I need some
> When my customer asks me why Google or what ever else has got slower
> recently I'm just going to tell the truth - "Sir it's because we're using
> $Provider as your ISP" and leave it at that.
> I'm not going to engage the customer with a detailed explanation, or any
> explanation around the technical issues.
> I'm simply going to present them with the options to change provider if
> they want to make it faster again.
> As you rightly point out, my job is simply to ensure that appropriate
> protocols are delivered to their computers and not engage them in
> discussion about technical issues that they neither understand nor are
> interested in.
> Again, thank you to you and many others for presented such comprehensive
> information to empower me.
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