IPv6 day fun is beginning!
pete at altadena.net
Wed Jun 8 00:16:44 UTC 2011
> On 8 jun 2011, at 2:02, Pete Carah wrote:
>> www.facebook.com (but not facebook.com) just turned on here too (after
>> google). another hex-speak spelling...
> I'm using my iPhone as the IPv6-only canary. www.facebook.com now seems to work, but it redirects to m.facebook.com which doesn't have IPv6. This seems to be a trend, yahoo and cnn do the same thing. Annoying.
My iphone picks up a v6 address from our wireless network but not from
AT&T as far as I can tell.
google actually enabled a v6 address for at least part of their picture
cdn along with the top page. I might try the iphone since it gets
redirected to m.* a lot, though I'd presume (Cameron notwithstanding...)
that very few of the participants are enabling their mobile
infrastructure for v6 yet.
m.google.com is an alias for mobile.l.google.com.
mobile.l.google.com has address 184.108.40.206
mobile.l.google.com has IPv6 address 2001:4860:800f::c1
So far, looks like Google has done a good job.
I don't know if they are doing any of their geolocation-based dns on the
v6 stuff; my v6 address is from HE at ashburn...
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