Cogent input

German Martinez gmartine at ajax.opentransit.net
Sun Jun 14 16:52:46 CDT 2009


On Thu Jun 11, 2009, John van Oppen wrote:

> NTT (2914) and GBLX (3549) both do native v6...  most everyone else on
> the tier1 list does tunnels.  :(

AS5511 runs a double stack network for at least 7 years.

> 
> There are some nice tier2 networks who do native v6, tiscali and he.net
> come to mind.
> 
> 
> -John
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Timmins [mailto:paul at telcodata.us] 
> Sent: Thursday, June 11, 2009 4:00 PM
> To: Justin Shore
> Cc: NANOG
> Subject: Re: Cogent input
> 
> 
> >
> > I hope at least some SPs make this commitment back in the states.  I 
> > can't find any tier-1s that can provide us with native v6.  Our tier-1
> 
> > upstream has a best effort test program in place that uses ipv6ip 
> > tunnels.  The other upstream says that they aren't making any public 
> > IPv6 plans yet.  It's hard to push the migration to v6 along when 
> > native v6 providers aren't readily available.
> 
> GlobalCrossing told me today I can order native IPv6 anywhere on their 
> network. Don't know if they count as Tier 1 on your list, though. VZB 
> has given me tunnels for a while, hopefully they'll get their pMTU issue
> 
> fixed so we can do more interesting things with it.
> 
> -Paul
> 
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