Microsoft and Teredo

Nathan Ward nanog at daork.net
Wed May 30 23:44:21 UTC 2007


On 31/05/2007, at 10:52 AM, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ wrote:

>
> Hi Nathan,
>
> I can probably talk about our own experience ...
>
> We started running Teredo Server+Relay in the Windows 2003  
> implementation
> around 3-4 years ago (not completely sure right now).  
> Unfortunately, when
> the Service Pack (SP1 I think) was released, stopped working.
>
> Until then it was working perfectly, not any issue.
>
> Then we moved to a Linux with Miredo, and it has been working since  
> them,
> first with the 6Bone prefix from Microsoft, then on 6/6/2006, we  
> moved to
> the RFC one, 2001::/32.
>
> No issues at all.

Where does it live in your network, at each POP, or just in a  
datacenter somewhere? Infact, what kind of network are you? (content,  
transit, access)
How have you configured clients to talk to your Teredo server instead  
of the default MS one?
How do you get to the world? Native IPv6 or tunnels?
Has it improved reachability/reliability of dual stack or v6-only  
content? How do you know?
Any thoughts about how content providers could use Teredo servers/ 
relays to improve their connectivity?

--
Nathan Ward



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