6bone space used still in the free (www.ietf.org over IPv6 broken) (Was: why same names, was Re: NANOG 40 agenda posted)

bmanning at karoshi.com bmanning at karoshi.com
Thu May 31 01:20:26 UTC 2007

> And what do we see: 6bone space and still in use.
> As a lot of places correctly filter it out, the PMTU's get dropped, as
> they are supposed to be dropped.
> The whois.6bone.net registry is fun of course:
> inet6num:     3FFE:800::/24
> netname:      ISI-LAP
> descr:        Harry Try IPv6
> country:      CA

	one very good reason to not trust whois databases.

> Fortunately it still also has:
> ipv6-site:    ISI-LAP
> origin:       AS4554
> descr:        LAP-EXCHANGE
>               Los Angeles
> country:      US
> Which matches what GRH has on list for it: Bill.


> Now I have a very very very simple question:
> Can you folks finally, a year after the 6bone was supposed to be
> completely gone, renumber from out that 6bone address space that you
> are not supposed to use anymore?

	Sure...  there are only a few left.  Got rid of two a couple
	weeks back.  That said....

	I will announce the prefix as long as people are using it.
	(whine away)

> Thank you, I sincerely hope that this matter will finally be resolved.

	It will, but not on your arbitrary timetable.

> Greets,
>  Jeroen

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