dale.shaw at gmail.com
Thu Jan 13 19:30:36 MST 2011
On Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 9:40 AM, Martijn van Oosterhout
<kleptog at svana.org> wrote:
> And in the meantime a significant chunk of those IPv4 devices actually
> support IPv6, it's just disabled in the config. If providers sent the
> commands we'd be in much better shape.
Unfortunately, I think you'd be surprised and how few consumer grade
CPE type devices support IPv6 'enough' to do proper dual stack.
Internode are the only provider I'm aware of that support IPv6 on ADSL
services and last time I checked, there were only 3 CPE vendors
(Billion, Netcomm and Fritz!) on their "these are OK" list -- i.e.
devices that do things like DHCPv6-PD, IPv6CP (for PPP) etc.
It's definitely getting better, though.
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