Moving to IPv6 (Was: NANOG 40 agenda posted)
jared at puck.nether.net
Sun May 27 21:17:00 UTC 2007
On Sun, May 27, 2007 at 05:32:04PM +0100, Brandon Butterworth wrote:
> > > Because for IPv6 to be useful to the masses, content is required.
> Indeed. I'd hoped there would be time to finish the multicast project
> first. I'll kick off getting BBC content up on v6
> > The really big problem is that
> > there is a case that when you do enable AAAA's on your service that
> > suddenly there is a possibility that some user can't reach your site
> > properly anymore as they don't have proper connectivity to your site
> > over IPv6.
> I'll start with a stand alone site that users elect to visit while
> When it goes on the main site it'll probably be a peers only
> service which they can opt into (as we use DNS LB we can return AAAA
> only to participating ISPs) if they are ready to handle the user
> support needed
How does one opt-in to this?
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