Level3 IPv6 availability?

Craig Pierantozzi craigp at tozz.net
Tue Jun 24 13:57:41 CDT 2008


Level 3 provides best effort IPv6 support with no SLA to current 
Internet customers. As mentioned IPv6 is currently being provided 
via tunnels to the customer's existing router.

There is a simple service agreement addendum and form to fill 
out for relevant config bits.

Sorry you get such a response from people that should know. *sigh*

regards
-Craig (Level 3 architecture)

* Jay Hennigan was thought to have said:

> Is anyone at Level3 who is familiar with IPv6, or anyone who is a Level3 
> IPv6 customer lurking here?  We are a Level3 BGP customer and our 
> contacts are giving us a deer-in-the-headlights stare when we want to 
> bring up our /32, claiming that they don't do IPv6 at all.  Not native, 
> not tunneled, zip, nada.
> 
> Yet, I see lots of AS3356 in the ipv6 routing tables, and there's this 
> from three years ago...
> 




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