nanog at daork.net
Sun Jun 3 07:16:23 UTC 2007
On 3/06/2007, at 6:49 PM, Petri Helenius wrote:
> simon at limmat.switch.ch wrote:
>> Alex Rubenstein writes:
>>> Does anyone know of any good IPv6 training resources (classroom, or
>> If your router vendor supports IPv6 (surprisingly, many do!):
> Too bad the IPv6 support on the low-end Ciscos is mostly broken in
> many ways (does not work on WLAN, does not work across the local 4
> port switch, etc.) , which are also the routers most classrooms
> could afford.
Indeed. Our little not-corporate-so-it-actually-works network has an
877W. We don't use the W bit anymore, so that I could turn on IPv6
and get our guys some experience actually using it for 'real life'
applications outside of a routing lab.
Not only is it not supported on dot11radio interfaces, it's not
supported on BVIs and the various bridging things don't appear to
want to bridge it.
Unless these boxes get IPv6 support really fast, I will definitely be
recommending against customers using them.
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