ipv6 transit over tunneled connection

Michael Ulitskiy mulitskiy at acedsl.com
Mon May 17 09:50:43 CDT 2010


Hello,

Just wanted to say thanks to everybody who replied and/or offered help.
I've got a few private peering offers, so I guess I'm ok now.
Thanks a lot,

Michael

On Friday 14 May 2010 11:25:10 pm Michael Ulitskiy wrote:
> 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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