Yahoo and IPv6

Joel Jaeggli joelja at bogus.com
Mon May 9 10:01:47 CDT 2011


On 5/9/11 5:06 AM, TJ wrote:
> Unfortunately, I suspect many organizations will be following that approach.
>
> I hope that some will instead see this as a great opportunity for the last
> step in making their public services IPv6 reachable *... and that they also
> start/continue/complete taking IPv6 within their internal networks as well.*

my ipv6 peering with yahoo came up like 8 months ago...

I don't think there's anything particularly unfortunate about what major
content providers are doing with ipv6, give them customers and they wil
support them.

joel

> 
> /TJ
> 
> 
> On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 04:19, Michael Painter <tvhawaii at shaka.com> wrote:
> 
>> Franck Martin wrote:
>>
>>> http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/ipv6/general/ipv6-05.html
>>> "Will IPv6 become a permanent change on June 8, 2011?
>>> No. World IPv6 day is a 24-hour trial period in which we will publish our
>>> content on both the IPv4 and IPv6 servers. Yahoo! is
>>> participating in order to help prepare our services (as well as your
>>> hardware) to help ensure a smooth transition for when the
>>> IPv4 addresses run out. "
>>>
>>> Huh… I thought IPv4 addresses had run out already….
>>>
>>> At IANA level and now for anyone in the AP region at least.
>>>
>>
>> http://www.apnic.net/policy/add-manage-policy#9.10
>>
>>
> 





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