Throw me a IPv6 bone (sort of was IPv6 ignorance)
richard.barnes at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 14:50:41 UTC 2012
The folks that have done the most work in enabling IPv6-only end users seem
to be CERNET2 in China. To let people get to v4, they're using what they
call IVI (get it?), which is basically NAT64+DNS64.
If you don't mind running IPv4 in a tunnel over that IPv6 network, you can
do DSlite or 4rd
On Friday, September 21, 2012, Mark Radabaugh wrote:
> The part of IPv6 that I am unclear on and have not found much
> documentation on is how to run IPv6 only to end users. Anyone care to
> point me in the right direction?
> Can we assign IPv6 only to end users? What software/equipment do we need
> in place as a ISP to ensure these customers can reach IPv4 only hosts?
> The Interwebs are full of advice on setting up IPv6 tunnels for your house
> (nice but...). There is lots of really old documentation out there for
> IPv6 mechanisms that are depreciated or didn't fly.
> What is current best practice?
> Mark Radabaugh
> mark at amplex.net 419.837.5015
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