List of Teredo servers and teredo relays

khatfield at socllc.net khatfield at socllc.net
Sat Sep 11 14:29:33 CDT 2010


I may be missing the point here completely but to me Teredo just seems like a glorified hack/workaround for a bigger problem. Isn't is better (yes less cost-effective) to just upgrade equipment?

I really don't see the advantage here. Maybe someone can explain away my ignorance to the concept?
------Original Message------
From: Antonio Querubin
To: Fernando Gont
Cc: NANOG
Subject: Re: List of Teredo servers and teredo relays
Sent: Sep 10, 2010 6:11 PM

On Fri, 10 Sep 2010, Fernando Gont wrote:

> Does any body maintain a list of Teredo servers and Teredo relays?

A list of public Teredo servers might be useful.  But a list of public 
relays - not so much.

If you google around you'll eventually stumble across the following public 
servers:

teredo.ipv6.microsoft.com
teredo.remlab.net
teredo2.remlab.net
debian-miredo.progsoc.org
teredo.ginzado.ne.jp
teredo.iks-jena.de

The first is the default for Windows.  The second is the initial default 
for most Miredo installs.  The fourth is supposedly the default for the 
Debian Miredo package.

You can get an idea of where some public relays might be at:

http://www.bgpmon.net/teredo.php

But there may be a bunch of others not listed.  The relay used varies on a 
per-connection basis.  It'll generally be the closest relay to the 
non-teredo host.

Antonio Querubin
808-545-5282 x3003
e-mail/xmpp:  tony at lava.net




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