bruns at 2mbit.com
Mon Apr 25 23:00:39 CDT 2011
On 4/25/11 8:12 PM, Andrew Kirch wrote:
>> Speaking of which, is there an IPv6 tunnel broker that actually
>> > charges money and where one can get real support? I would like to be
>> > able to refer people who complain about SIXXS and others offering
>> > support below expectation from some users.
> This is a valid point. We want people to adopt IPv6, and to do this,
> they either have to be a huge ISP, or deal with 400ms ping times (one
> broker), or harassing/abusive volunteers (another broker). Now, I
> understand they're volunteers, I understand it's their own time, I
> understand that we are all (myself included) complete morons wasting
> their time. But if these two groups want people to take IPv6 seriously
> (you know, before the ceiling comes down on our heads), maybe they
> should take it seriously.
I do believe Hurricane Electric may offer paid ipv6 services, including
tunnel. Could always drop them a line and see.
Up until last month when native ipv6 came online with our upstream, we
had a ipv6 bgp peer tunnel from them - only issues were mostly bugs in
foundry's ipv6 code on our end.
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