[clug] IPv6 in Canberra
sjh at svana.org
Sun Jun 25 23:32:34 UTC 2017
On Mon, Jun 26, 2017 at 08:50:01AM +1000, Robert Edwards via linux wrote:
> 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
Actually I found this interesting last year. My sister found she was unable
to get any response from a server I host that has and ipv6 address when she tried
accessing the web server from home.
I discovered her router/isp was choosing to use the ipv6 as it was available
and I had not configured the web server to respond on ipv6. When I
configred it she could access the service again. Looking at the config on
her adsl modem it was natively using it all the way through as it was
available. Pretty sure this was internode (I ended up tracking down a
similar behaviour in my own NBN connection if I changed some options to ISP
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