Native v6 with Level(3)?

Justin Shore justin at justinshore.com
Fri Aug 22 19:57:42 CDT 2008


That's good to know.  Do you know if there are any rate-limits that 
would apply to this trial service?  Any idea where the tunnel head-end 
is?  Will they do a backup tunnel to another router?  I'll have to give 
them a holler as soon as I'm ready to make the IPv6 jump.

Thanks
  Justin


Craig Pierantozzi wrote:
> No native service available but there is a trial tunneled IPv6 service 
> with best effort support with *no SLA* available to current Level 3 
> Internet customers.  IPv6 is currently being provided via IPv4 tunnels 
> to the customer's existing router and supported by a handful of engineers.
> 
> There is a simple service agreement addendum and form to fill out for 
> relevant config bits.
> 
> -Craig
> 
> On Aug 22, 2008, at 5:22 PM, Kyle Murray wrote:
> 
>> Here is the response I got from L3 when I inquired about IPV6:
>>
>> "The answer to your questions is "no", we have not yet inplemented 
>> IPV6 for our customers yet.  IPV4 is the de facto on our backbone nad 
>> alledge router on which customers connectc."
>>
>> Poor spelling aside, it seems they have not implemented it yet.  If 
>> someone manages to get them to implement, I would really like to hear 
>> about it.
>>
>> -kyle
>>
>> Kyle Murray
>> Network Manager
>> Digital Forest, Inc.
> 
> 




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