www.ipv6.facebook.com not loading
nanog at null-routed.net
Thu Oct 25 14:36:43 UTC 2012
www.v6.facebook.com was the official pre-www AAAA record host. I recall a www.ipv6.facebook being added as a redirect because there seemed to be confusion around which one it was.
Regardless, to answer the original question, yes www.v6.facebook.com has been official deprecated for almost 2 years now as it was only meant as a test platform for the inevitable www.facebook.com AAAA.
If you can not get to www.facebook on v6, please work with your ISP to find out why. When I left there, it was still a whitelisting design for known good networks, but I believe that was done away with after this years ipv6 day.
On Oct 25, 2012, at 9:17, "Jima" <nanog at jima.tk> wrote:
> On 2012-10-25 07:18, Frank Bulk wrote:
>> Since Wednesday at 1:48 pm Central www.ipv6.facebook.com has not been
>> loading (though it's pingable). Does anyone know if this has been
> As I recall, the primary IPv6-only FQDN was (and still is)
> www.v6.facebook.com . I honestly never noticed that they added an AAAA
> for www.ipv6.facebook.com .
> Hardly scientific, but
> seems to support my memory to some degree.
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