[dns-operations] Enabling the IPv6-only Internet: the Final TLDs
rubensk at nic.br
Sat Sep 5 20:12:33 UTC 2015
> All of the remaining non-IPv6 TLD are ccTLD. Except for .MIL, of course.
> ($600 billion in the 2015 US military budget and we can't sort out a
> freaking IPv6 address.)
A good number of ccTLDs are run by local organizations with servers in their own country, so I wonder what level of IPv6 deployment there is in such countries... they might not be able to get native IPv6.
A curious note is that some ccTLDs run their ASCII TLD registry but not their IDN registry, so that might explain cases where IPv6 support is different between them.
> Anyway, if you know someone involved with any non-IPv6 TLD, please let
> me know and/or explain the wonders of IPv6 to them. Thanks!
> The list:
> ai # Anguilla
> ni # Nicaragua
Both are already LACTLD members, so they could use the LACTLD anycast cloud which happens to have v6:
a.lactld.org has address 126.96.36.199
a.lactld.org has IPv6 address 2801:14:a000::10
> ax # Åland Islands
> pf # French Polynesia
Perhaps eligible for AFNIC Francophone support initiatives
> bb # Barbados
> sr # Suriname
Not currently LACTLD members, but eligible for membership which would include LACTLD anycast services.
> fk # Falkland Islands
Not eligible for LACTLD membership with this name and ISO code, only when changed to "Malvinas". ;-)
> gf # French Guiana
> mq # Martinique
Curious cases since their ICANN region is Europe, even though physical region is LAC. Perhaps AFNIC could help.
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