NANOG 40 agenda posted
a.harrowell at gmail.com
Tue May 29 13:49:44 UTC 2007
On 5/29/07, Iljitsch van Beijnum <iljitsch at muada.com> wrote:
> On 29-mei-2007, at 15:21, Donald Stahl wrote:
> > The built in tunneling in Windows could be a problem so let's start
> > by using different dns names for IPv6 enabled servers-
> > mail.ipv6.yahoo.com or whatever. Can anyone think of a reason that
> > a separate hostname for IPv6 services might cause problems or
> > otherwise impact normal IPv4 users?
> You mean other than setting it up once, forgetting about it and then
> calling the support line when it stops working? Don't forget that
> changing mail settings isn't something you'll want to do too often
> (speaking as the owner of an IPv6 mail server and a mail client that
> won't fall back to IPv4 when IPv6 is present but doesn't work).
Isn't his point that y! could offer IPv6 e-mail in parallel to the
existing IPv4 service, putting the IPv6 machines in a subdomain
ipv6.yahoo.com, so that end users and networks who want to do it can
do so without bothering the others?
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