First steps towards v6 support by ATT?
charles at thewybles.com
Fri Mar 27 01:23:46 UTC 2009
> yea... maybe they do, I don't see that from my view of 7018's routing
> data (limited as it may be)
>>>> Looks like they have established a tunnel in the United States perhaps?
>>> how did you gather that? Maybe Tom knows more about this and can let
>>> us all know?
>> Remote Access Service to IPv6 Internet
>> * Support IPv6 for small (or satellite) locations and individual remote
>> * Reach a dynamically configurable IPv6 Tunnel Gateway through IPv4 ISPs
>> through fractional T1, DSL or dial-up access
>> * The Tunnel Setup Protocol (TSP) will be used to create tunnels to
>> transport IPv6 traffic over an IPv4 network to the gateway
> wow, 'tsp'... uhm, what's that I wonder? This:
> perhaps?? yeek!
Yes looks like. Especially with the mention of DSL/dial up access.
Plus I seem to recall some discussion around the ipv6 mandate having
some language specifying they had to support it transit wise, but not
necessarily be on v6 addresses. 
Anyone from .gov with ATT connectivity care to comment (both on the
nature of the native/tunneled v6 offering and the actual requirements of
meeting the mandate)
 Language from
"Meaning the network backbone is either operating a dual stack network
core or it is operating in a pure
IPv6 mode, i.e., IPv6-compliant and configured to carry operational IPv6
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