Comcast Support (from NANOG Digest, Vol 84, Issue 24)
John_Brzozowski at Cable.Comcast.com
Mon Jan 26 18:19:03 UTC 2015
From the looks of it, there is no IPv6 PD support per RFC3633.
John Jason Brzozowski
e) john_brzozowski at cable.comcast.com
From: Rafael de Oliveira Ribeiro <rafael.ribeiro at rnp.br>
Organization: Rede Nacional de ensino e Pesquisa
Date: Monday, January 26, 2015 at 11:00
To: John Brzozowski <John_Brzozowski at Cable.Comcast.com>, NANOG
<nanog at nanog.org>
Subject: Re: Comcast Support (from NANOG Digest, Vol 84, Issue 24)
>On 24/01/2015 10:00, nanog-request at nanog.org wrote:
>> Date: Fri, 23 Jan 2015 17:14:11 +0000
>> From: "Brzozowski, John" <John_Brzozowski at Cable.Comcast.com>
>> To: "nanog at nanog.org" <nanog at nanog.org>
>> Subject: Comcast Support (from NANOG Digest, Vol 84, Issue 23)
>> Message-ID: <D0E7E8E3.21D5AA%john_brzozowski at cable.comcast.com>
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>> For customers where you bring your own cable modem or have one of the
>>above in bridge mode we have enabled IPv6 support for you as well.
>>However, your router behind the modem must be running software and
>>configured with IPv6 support. Specifically, your router needs to be
>>support stateful DHCPv6 for IPv6 address and prefix acquisition. We
>>have received a number of reports from customers that the Juniper SRX
>>does not appear to properly support IPv6. We are working with Juniper
>>and also recommend that you reach out to Juniper as well.
>Care to share scenarios where the SRXs do not perform well with DHCPv6?
>Any specific model?
>Thanks in advance,
>Rafael de Oliveira Ribeiro
>DAERO - Gerencia de Operacoes
>RNP - Rede Nacional de Ensino e Pesquisa
>Tel.: +55 21 2102 9659 - iNOC: 1916*767
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