robert at keizer.ca
Thu May 12 11:58:58 CDT 2011
Hands down, http://sixxs.net is one of the best tunnel brokers around.
I have a 100ms ping to the next hop, and a full /48 of ipv6 space for
free. Not to mention, if you can justify why you would need more
subnets, they are happy to give them to you.
This is a 6to4 tunnel though, and I use an openbsd box and the gateway..
Just my 2 cents.
On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 11:43 AM, Sean Walberg <sean at ertw.com> wrote:
> If anyone's looking to get started, I'd
> suggest http://www.tunnelbroker.net/. They'll route you a block over a
> tunnel. Very easy to get started. The alternative is a 6to4 tunnel which
> gives you an IPv6 block based on your IPv4 address.
> If you have a Linux box as the gateway you should run radvd to send out the
> router advertisements to the machines behind it.
> On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 11:37 AM, Gilbert E. Detillieux
> <gedetil at cs.umanitoba.ca> wrote:
>> As an example of how things can be more complicated than might seem at
>> first, consider setting up an e-mail server with the usual raft of
>> anti-spam measures...
>> Oh yeah, we tend to look up those client addresses a fair bit to
>> determine the client's reputation... When will all that work well under
>> In any case, I'm hoping to spend part of my summer at work reading up on
>> IPv6, and starting a few LAN-based experiments. No word yet on when the
>> UofM will have its router infrastructure IPv6-ready, though.
>> Maybe Adam and I can compare notes in the fall, and see if either of us
>> is ready to present something on the topic.
>> On 2011-05-11 20:02, Adam Thompson wrote:
>> > Unfortunately, no-one is willing to be the bad guy in that story... Not
>> > even a *country* can really pull it off.
>> > Think about how many non-IPv6-capable devices there are out there:
>> > virtually every single home router, printer, modem, camera, etc.
>> > Now as soon as a flag day is declared, the self-entitled of the world
>> > will rise up and say to their government, "who's going to pay for my new
>> > equipment?" Never mind that we've all known this day would come for over 10
>> > years...
>> > On the other hand, I might turn out to be the first who actually has to
>> > manage a dual-stack network... and be willing to talk about it, anyway.
>> > Assuming I'm not on powerful drugs as a result of doing so! Holy **** does
>> > it get complicated!
>> > -Adam
>> > Trevor Cordes<trevor at tecnopolis.ca> wrote:
>> >> On 2011-05-11 Sean Cody wrote:
>> >>> Anyone have an interest or are is implementing ipv6 anywhere?
>> >>> An intro to ipv6 would be a great presentation topic so if you can
>> >>> share your experience, please do!
>> >> Seconded. But don't look at me.
>> >> Does anyone know when home ISP's like Shaw will start to offer IPv6 to
>> >> home users? I don't think v6 will go anywhere until the ISP's with
>> >> their massive IP pools start switching end users to it. Correct?
>> >> All of this 6-to-4 stuff seems stupid and overly complex. I would like
>> >> to just see a day picked where 4 is shutoff and only 6 can be used.
>> >> We'll all be !@$#%ing our pants for a few days/weeks but then it'll be
>> >> done.
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