Connectivity to an IPv6-only site

Owen DeLong owen at
Fri Apr 23 08:27:00 CDT 2010

On Apr 23, 2010, at 12:57 AM, Steve Bertrand wrote:

> On 2010.04.23 03:39, Larry Sheldon wrote:
>> On 4/23/2010 02:35, Larry Sheldon wrote:
>>>> From my PC at home (Cox in Omaha) I can't even get a nameserver that
>>> knows the site.
>> I should point out that I am really stupid about v6--I don't know if I
>> should be able to find a nameserver or not.
> Has nothing to do about being stupid... let's rephrase your statement
> and put a positive spin on it as such:
> "I've heard about IPv6, but don't know very much about it. I think that
> I should know more, but am a bit confused as to where to begin. What do
> I do first?".
> Then I'd say:
> "As a start, go to . If that
> doesn't get you going, then let the rest of the community start posting
> the resources that they know about, ranging from beginner up to the
> advanced.".
Shameless plug:

There's some decent IPv6 training at

You can also add IPv6 capabilities to your network using a tunnel from
there.  (Unless you're trapped in NAT hell).

If you have the NAT problem, you can try and
see if one of their solutions will get through your NAT.


(Full Disclosure, I work for the company (Hurricane Electric) that provides )

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