kevin at steadfast.net
Fri Jan 28 02:39:54 CST 2011
On 01/27/2011 06:16 PM, Mark Andrews wrote:
> In message <alpine.BSF.2.00.1101271448000.15852 at goat.gigo.com>, Jason Fesler wr
>> Several people have suggested I (re)post information about test-ipv6.com
>> http://test-ipv6.com ..
>> tests ipv4 and ipv6 by dns name
>> tests dual stack (will the client break on World IPv6 Day?)
>> tests ipv6 by IP literal (teredo can pass this)
>> gives advice to end user about current status and (depending on
>> circumstances) more information
>> "broken" users (can't connect to dual stack) are solicited for info
>> Please direct any comments, flames, etc directly to me instead of the
>> list. I've added enough noise already :-)
> Note you can have totally broken IPv6 connectivity and still be
> fine on World IPv6 day. You just need applications with good
> multi-homing support. No web site can check this for you.
However, by coincidence, this week I happened to be playing with the
site and it revealed to me a particular use case of my DNS resolvers
that was broken and gave me a chance to fix it.
I don't think there's any harm in some baseline sanity checking.
Chief Technology Officer
Phone: 312-602-2689 x203
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