[dns-operations] Missing .us and GTLD records??
marka at isc.org
Wed May 19 22:15:42 UTC 2010
In message <Pine.LNX.4.64.1005191747270.21018 at server1.hal22.net>, Luis Uribarri
> Thats sounds like my next steps, see if I can get a tunnel working through
> the DSL. Do you have list of recommendations.
Find one topologically close to you. I've been using Hurricane
Electric for the last 7 years automatically re-homing my end when
my IPv4 address changes. Just a call out from the dhcp client when
the address changes. It's a trans pacific tunnel but the majority
of my IPv6 traffic is to the US so that tend to not be a issue.
Google "tunnel brokers" and you will find lots of information.
ifconfig gif0 create >/dev/null 2>&1
ifconfig gif0 tunnel $new_ip_address 126.96.36.199
ifconfig gif0 up
ifconfig gif0 inet6 2001:470:1F00:FFFF::5A1 2001:470:1F00:FFFF::5A0 prefixlen
route add -inet6 default 2001:470:1F00:FFFF::5A0
# md5 hash of password
# user id from main page
# global tunnel id.
tunnel=`/usr/bin/fetch -q -o - "https://ipv4.tunnelbroker.net/ipv4_end.php?$a
$LOGGER "IPv6 TUNNEL $tunnel"
> Recommended IPv6 tunnel providres? I'm even willing to pay a small fee if
> they are very good.
> On Wed, 19 May 2010, Michael Sinatra wrote:
> > On 5/19/10 2:27 PM, Mark Andrews wrote:
> >> In message<Pine.LNX.4.64.1005191437470.19736 at server1.hal22.net>, Luis
> >> Uribarri
> >> writes:
> >>> This is sort of like the chicken vs. the egg thing.
> >>> My cruddy little DSL line does not have IPv6 transport, and it probably
> >>> will not have IPv6 transport for many many years, (if at all).
> >> You could turn IPv6 on today if you want to. My cable line doesn't have
> >> IPv6 native but I've had IPv6 for the last 7 years. It's do able and it
> >> works well.
> > +1, and you can easily do it with one of the free IPv6 tunnel brokers.
> > Luis Uribarri wrote:
> >> I know it will be a very very long time before I (and the majority of the
> >> internet) can talk IPv6 natively. Is our punishment for that to be cut off
> >> from "J".
> > Since IPv6 tunnels are easy and free, I'd say the answer is probably "yes."
> > Besides, it seems that there is sufficient redundancy among the authoritati
> > servers that have IPv4 connectivity that this shouldn't really be an issue.
> > michael
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