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Donald Stahl don at calis.blacksun.org
Tue May 29 17:10:17 UTC 2007

> f-root does this on the IPv6 side:  2001:500::/48
> Whether that's available everywhere on IPv6 networks, is as Bill pointed-out, 
> another question.
One of the root servers not being available everywhere seems like a pretty 
lousy idea :)

On another note- are there any folks on the list who haven't at least 
started testing v6- either in a lab or on their home network? Is there a 
particular reason why?

Does anyone have any horror stories about deploying v6? (Aside from 
problems with tunnels resulting from A and AAAA records for the same 
host). With rare exceptions every transition I've read about has been 
pretty painless.

There seems to be so much resistance to v6 and a lot of it seems to be 
misunderstanding or misinformation regarding the complexity of the 


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