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6bone map change - DIGITAL-CA/US & CISCO/US tunnels to G6/FR

6bone drawing version 26:

	add tunnel from new site DIGITAL-CA/US to G6/FR
	add tunnel from CISCO/US to G6/FR

To make this easier for me I would like to suggest that announcements to me
for tunnels include the RIPE registry entry and a ping example (like Ran
did below) so I don't have to reproduce the effort.  It would sure make my
job easier.

I would note that the 6bone is now truly looking like spaghetti.  My guess
is that this pot of noodles will be very difficult to run RIPv6 over...but
we can address that when the time comes to actually try RIPv6.  No noodles
to the table before their time :-)



=46rom: "Alain Durand" <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 7 Oct 1996 10:36:28 +0100
To: Bob Fink LBNL <[email protected]>
Subject: new tunnel with DIGITAL-CA

Hi bob.

There is a new tunnel between DIGITAL-CA and G6. My ripe entry is updated.
>From what I have noticed, they also have tunnels with DIGITAL-NH & UNH.
You might talk to Stephen Stuart <[email protected]> for more infos.

	- Alain.
=46rom: [email protected] (Ran Atkinson)
Date: Mon, 7 Oct 1996 12:45:48 PDT
To: [email protected]
Subject: [6bone] cisco--G6 tunnel up
Cc: [email protected]


	There is now a cisco--G6 tunnel up and running.  I will update my RIPE
entry accordingly in a few minutes.  An example ping is appended below.

	The packet loss rate is high enough that I consider this tunnel more
"experimental" more operational at this time.  Since the ESnet/JOIN path is
more dependable at this time, I will continue to use the ESnet/JOIN path as =
primary 6bone path to/from European sites.


[email protected]

6bone-router>ping ipv6 5F06:B500:8158:1A00:0001::8158:1A01

Type escape sequence to abort.
Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 5F06:B500:8158:1A00:0001::8158:1A01,
timeout is 2 seconds:
Success rate is 60 percent (3/5), round-trip min/avg/max =3D 180/185/192 ms

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