Microsoft's participation in World IPv6 day
marka at isc.org
Sun Jun 5 19:18:19 CDT 2011
In message <D90C3982-9321-4BC2-A37C-8DBF2321AD2A at bogus.com>, Joel Jaeggli write
> On Jun 4, 2011, at 12:09 PM, Owen DeLong wrote:
> >> Note that from Geoff's published experiment presented in IETF v6ops =
> the success rate of v6 connection attempts particularly auto-tunneled is =
> higher on the weekends than during weekdays, you can thank corporate =
> firewall policy for that particular phenomena.
> >> http://tools.ietf.org/agenda/80/slides/v6ops-22.pdf
> > Indeed... Unfortunately, this means that LSN is going to _REALLY_ suck =
> for such tunnel users.
> The smart money is on there being no-saving the auto-tunneling users. =
> The situation is not that good now and it will get worse.
There really is no reason that everyone has to be behind a LSN.
ISP's offer residential customers differentent levels of service
today. See the web pages to re-open port 25 for examples of this.
There is no reason that they can't do a similar thing to move
customers who are doing things that break with LSN out from behind
Also when Microsoft and Apple have shipped fixed versions of IE and
Safari that have sub-second failover most of the visible issues
with broken 6to4 tunnels will disappear.
Mark Andrews, ISC
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