World IPv6 Only Day.
paul at paulgraydon.co.uk
Wed Jun 8 22:37:30 CDT 2011
Dumb question.. what does the switch (L2) have to do with IPv6 (L3), or
is it one of those 'somewhere in between the two' things?
On 6/8/2011 1:08 PM, fredrik danerklint wrote:
> Well, that's another problem.
> To make a long story short, the network (not mine and I don't have any kind of
> control over that either) that my customers (including me) are using, did put
> in new equipment (a switch) over a year ago and after that I lost my IPv6
> connection that I had previously. That switch does not support IPv6 it turns
> This is exactly the things that the customers really need to better understand
> and why it's not gonna work for them.
> You did miss a thing:
> $ dig mx fredan.se
> ;; ANSWER SECTION:
> fredan.se. 3597 IN MX 10 mail.fredan.se.
> ;; ADDITIONAL SECTION:
> mail.fredan.se. 3597 IN A 184.108.40.206
> mail.fredan.se. 3597 IN AAAA 2001:4db8:e001:ffff:2::17
> So I do have a IPv6 connection but not to my customers.
>>> How about that one?
>>> (Please reply to the mailing list only)
>> You wouldn't be posting to the list... :-)
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