[AusNOG] Telstra.Extranet and IPv6.

Troy Kelly troy at troykelly.com
Tue Jan 14 07:49:54 EST 2020

We are using GPTEXB3 telstra.extranet for a few SIM's and WERE getting IPv6.
I thought I would just check before emailing - and we no longer get it - last I can remember it working was end of December.

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On Tuesday, 14 January 2020 6:53 AM, James Liakos <james at liakos.com.au> wrote:

> Hi.
> I have a few SIM's under a Telstra Business Account. They all have the MICA code of GPTEXB3 so they can get a public dynamic public IP address which is working fine.
> The Issue is when they are joined to the APN Telstra.Extranet they don't get an IPv6 address.
> When I join the to the standard APN I can a CGNAT address 1.xxx.xxx.xxx but I do get an IPv6 address.
> Has Telstra maybe not enabled IPv6 on Telstra.Extranet?

> I found this document on ASNOG but it was posted in 2016 so would have thought 4yrs on it would have been enabled by now?

> http://lists.ausnog.net/pipermail/ausnog/2016-August/036117.html

> Thanks.
> James.

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