Microsoft and Teredo
Sean.Siler at microsoft.com
Thu May 31 11:27:53 UTC 2007
While these are really good questions, I'm afraid I don't have really good answers to them yet. We haven't made the bits available for customers to install their own Teredo Servers/Relays at this point, and because we haven't, we also don't have good deployment guidance to go along with that.
I have my own feelings, but let me ask this: what do you all feel about installing a Teredo server in order to provide v6 connectivity to your clients? Is this something that you are really interested in?
You feedback is welcome.
Sean Siler|IPv6 Program Manager|Microsoft
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From: owner-nanog at merit.edu [mailto:owner-nanog at merit.edu] On Behalf Of Nathan Ward
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 6:44 PM
Subject: Re: Microsoft and Teredo
On 31/05/2007, at 5:40 AM, Sean Siler wrote:
> I understand some questions recently arose regarding Microsoft and
> Teredo. I tried reading through the archives but it has more twists
> that Pacific Coast Highway.
> Are there some specific requests/questions that I can help with?
From another post my Michael Dillon:
> Since we are all collectively playing catchup at this point, it
> would be
> very useful for some clear guidance on who needs to deploy Teredo and
> 6to4 and where it needs to be deployed. Also, the benefits of
> versus the problems caused by not having it. Should this be in
> every PoP
> or just somewhere on your network? Are there things that can be
> to tell you whether or not lack of Teredo/6to4 is causing user
Maybe you can provide operational experience from running the Teredo
servers and relays that Microsoft host? Do you host them just at
Microsoft or do you also have some inside ISPs? Have you done any
work to help/advise on deploying Teredo servers/relays in to ISPs?
Any learnings from that that you can share? What about corporate
That oughta get you started :-)
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