[clug] IPv6 in Canberra
bob at cs.anu.edu.au
Sun Jun 25 22:50:01 UTC 2017
On 25/06/2017 12:33 pm, Kim Holburn via linux wrote:
> AFAIK, internode has IPv6 but iinet doesn't. Unfortunately internode doesn't offer a transact VDSL2 plan. Other ISPs might do IPv6.
Perhaps not helpful to this discussion, but I have a number of systems,
including a DNS server, several web servers, two SSH servers etc.
running over IPv6 at ANU Computer Science continuously since 2006 - so
there is _some_ IPv6 in Canberra.
As for home usage... tunneling over IPv4 seems to be the most prevalent
>> On 2017/Jun/25, at 11:26 AM, Sam Parkinson via linux <linux at lists.samba.org> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Does anybody know how to get access to ipv6 in Canberra? I've got a
>> cloud vm that has ipv6, and it kind of worries me that it might be 100%
>> broken but I would never know.
>> I've got iiNet/Transact, but it seems to be v4 only. Interestingly
>> even the ACT Government network in schools also seems to be v4 only. I
>> even ran a test on my phone (using an optus MVNO) and it is v4 as well.
>> Is this a misconfiguration on my end or or is Canberra ipv6-phobic?
>> Latest blog post: Magic Name - https://learntemail.sam.today/blog/magic-name/
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