www.nist.gov over v6 trouble Was: Microsoft's participation in World IPv6 day

Rob V rob at ipninja.net
Wed Jun 8 10:34:22 CDT 2011


Interesting ... I seem to stay in North America ... I guess it depends what
POP you connect to?

traceroute6 to nist.gov (2610:20:6060:aa::a66b) from
2001:4978:<snip>:fe67:cafa, 64 hops max, 12 byte packets
 1  2001:<snip>::1  1.147 ms  0.461 ms  0.413 ms
 2  gw-525.chi-02.us.sixxs.net  30.235 ms  30.380 ms  30.256 ms
 3  sixxs.ge-0.0.0-30.core1.chi.bb6.your.org  109.226 ms  29.622 ms  30.270
ms
 4  gige-g2-19.core1.chi1.he.net  31.716 ms  31.157 ms  40.147 ms
 5  10gigabitethernet7-2.core1.nyc4.he.net  47.923 ms  56.877 ms  48.230 ms
 6  2001:504:f::64  49.124 ms  51.467 ms  50.701 ms
 7  2600:803:22f::2  63.797 ms  73.429 ms  63.938 ms
 8  2600:803:22f::2  62.129 ms  68.801 ms  62.511 ms
 9  2610:20:6060:aa::a66b  59.465 ms  76.910 ms  70.083 ms


-----Original Message-----
From: STARNES, CURTIS [mailto:Curtis.Starnes at granburyisd.org] 
Sent: June-08-11 11:27 AM
To: Christopher Morrow; David Swafford
Cc: nanog at nanog.org; DO-webmaster at nist.gov
Subject: RE: www.nist.gov over v6 trouble Was: Microsoft's participation in
World IPv6 day

Typical long trip via a sixxs.net tunnel.
Unlike Hurricane Electric (tunnelbroker.net), Sixxs has no US peering that I
know of so everything has to hit overseas before returning back.

Curtis.

-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Morrow [mailto:morrowc.lists at gmail.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2011 10:19 AM
To: David Swafford
Cc: nanog at nanog.org; DO-webmaster at nist.gov
Subject: Re: www.nist.gov over v6 trouble Was: Microsoft's participation in
World IPv6 day

On Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 6:33 AM, David Swafford <david at davidswafford.com>
wrote:
> Interesting, I'm having that same issue w/ www.nist.gov this morning.  
> Front page loads fine, but all links return a 404.   Here's my tracert 
> if it
> helps:
>
> tracert www.nist.gov
> Tracing route to nist.gov [2610:20:6060:aa::a66b] over a maximum of 30 
> hops:
>  1    <1 ms    <1 ms    <1 ms  2001:1938:2a7::1
>  2    85 ms    87 ms    84 ms  
> gw-383.phx-01.us.sixxs.net[2001:1938:81:17e::1]

phoenix, az,us

>  3    92 ms    99 ms    86 ms  2001:4de0:1000:a4::1
>  4    98 ms    87 ms    90 ms  
> 1-3.ipv6.r1.ph.hwng.net[2001:4de0:1000:27::2]
>  5   136 ms   140 ms   131 ms  
> 3-2.ipv6.r1.at.hwng.net[2001:4de0:1000:15::1]
>  6   167 ms   167 ms   175 ms  
> 2-1.ipv6.r2.dc.hwng.net[2001:4de0:1000:7::1]

wash-dc, usa

>  7   246 ms   253 ms   245 ms  
> 5-4.ipv6.r2.am.hwng.net[2001:4de0:1000:5::1]

amsterdam, nl! (you seem to have bypassed NIST here...)

>  8   248 ms   247 ms   247 ms  
> AMS-IX.v6.lambdanet.net[2001:7f8:1::a501:3237:1]
>  9   265 ms   267 ms   265 ms  
> FRA-1-pos413.v6.lambdanet.net[2001:7f0:0:16::1]

Frankfurt, DE

>  10   275 ms   268 ms   268 ms  6b1.fft4.alter.net 
> [2001:7f8::319e:0:1]

w00t! 12702! - 'lab ipv6 network in EMEA'

>  11   268 ms   304 ms   271 ms  gw6.dca6.alter.net [2001:600:c:8::2]

back to DC.

>  12   271 ms   271 ms   270 ms  2600:803:22f::2
>  13   280 ms   272 ms   268 ms  2600:803:22f::2

2 more hops and home in bethesda... whooo! long trip!

>  14   270 ms   269 ms   273 ms  2610:20:6060:aa::a66b Trace complete.
>
>







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