Bryan Kilgallin (PC)
bryan at netspeed.com.au
Fri Nov 11 08:47:06 UTC 2016
I've been watching lectures by the University of Waterloo. These are on
distributed computer systems. I just began lecture 13. Whose lecturer
has mentioned this topic.
So I tested my PC and laptop using the following site.
For both PC and laptop, it reported as follows.
"You appear to have no IPv6 at this time..
/You appear to have no IPv6 address./"
Yet I read that Internode was an early adopter of IPv6.
On my PC, Ubuntu's Connection Information window lists under Active
Internet Connections, my default iiNet. Yet under the IPv6 heading--it's
Whereas the equivalent window on the laptop lists under IPv6 heading, an
IP address. Which appears to be in the modern IPv6 format!
I phoned iiNet's support. And a South African woman wanted me to install
Windows so that her suggestions would work! In particular, she wanted me
to use "ipconfig".
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