List of Teredo servers and teredo relays
leen at consolejunkie.net
Sun Sep 12 06:33:17 CDT 2010
On 09/12/2010 08:42 AM, Antonio Querubin wrote:
> On Sat, 11 Sep 2010, Jared Mauch wrote:
>> I would be careful actually using teredo, as some of them (eg:
>> Microsoft) have swaths of native IPv6 networks that are unreachable.
> While I would agree in principle, in practice we have little control
> over what customers use.
I don't agree, if you are an accessproivder I think it would there is
one very important thing you can do or if you not yet able to do the
next best thing:
1. provide native IPv6 to customers
2. setup your own tunnelservice or if you think people won't use your
tunnelservice, setup relays
The more IPv6 the accessprovider provides the bettter the results.
Native or the closer the transition point the better.
Atleast that is the theory. :-)
>> I'm hoping they will correct some of the problems with it, but it
>> makes IPv6 harder to use for some people as the Microsoft one does
>> not appear to be well supported/connected. I'm not sure if there is
>> an effort under way on Microsofts behalf to correct this, but I hope so.
> This could be a host or relay-specific problem which may not be under
> Microsoft control at all. All the more reason for ISPs to run their
> own local Teredo relay.
> Antonio Querubin
> 808-545-5282 x3003
> e-mail/xmpp: tony at lava.net
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