European ISP enables IPv6 for all?

Jeroen Massar jeroen at
Wed Dec 19 12:28:35 UTC 2007

Kevin Oberman wrote:
> Note that sixxs only deals with commercial providers. Many (most?) of
> the major research and education networks around the globe have done
> IPv6 in production for years. That includes ESnet, DREN, NREN and
> Internet2 in the US, CAnet in Canada, Geant/Dante in Europe and a number
> of national networks in Asia.

Which is a well know fact and who have quite a limited set of end-sites
who can actually connect to them, that is why these are not listed.
Similarly it doesn't list hosting providers either, enabling a colo to
do IPv6 should be childs play, getting it to the enduser though... ;)

> That said, while we provide IPv6 services

You provide services and access, but which places are actually enabled
to use it? That the network is there is one thing, this is the easy
part, linking up the end-sites is the hard one.


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