ipv6 transit over tunneled connection

Michael Ulitskiy mulitskiy at acedsl.com
Fri May 14 22:25:10 CDT 2010


Guys,

I've started this thread looking for advice on available options.
There's no doubt in my mind that native connectivity is better than tunnels, 
but unfortunately tunnel is the only way to get me started, 'cause my upstream 
does not support ipv6 (hopefully just yet) and I have no budget for additional 
circuits to ipv6-enabled carrier.
So my question still stands: is anyone aware of a reasonable tunneled ipv6 
transit service (I mean aside from HE tunnel broker)? The load will be really 
light. I don't expect we'll break a few Mbit/s in the nearest future and when 
we do then I guess it'll be the time to look for the native transit.
Thanks,

Michael

On Thursday 13 May 2010 18:18:12 Michael Ulitskiy wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> We're in the early stage of planning ipv6 deployment -
>  learning/labbing/experimenting/etc. We've got to the point when we're also
>  planning to request initial ipv6 allocation from ARIN. So I wonder what
>  ipv6 transit options I have if my upstreams do not support native ipv6
>  connectivity? I see Hurricane Electric tunnel broker BGP tunnel. Is there
>  anything else? Either free or commercial? Thanks,
> 
> Michael
> 




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