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database of the available tunnels
> I am at Interop as I write this mail (its slowwwww) and I am having
> trouble getting to nodes on the 6bone with my route for 0/0 or 5f00/8
> going thru UNH. I can get to UNH and back and sipper.zk3-x.dec.com thru
> UNH and Bay Networks but no where else? But when I telnet6 into sipper
> I can get tall the 6bone nodes. I will call UNH Sebastien this a.m.
> Here are our v6 addrs you can tunnel too our router ::18.104.22.168 on
> the show floor.
> 5f00:2100:2d0c:4000:0c40:0000:f822:56e6 ni30
> (ipv4 addr above is 22.214.171.124)
> 5f00:2100:2d0c:4000:0c40:0000:f822:64f4 ni31
> (ipv4 addr above is 126.96.36.199)
> should be able to set up route as:
> 5F00:2100:2D0C:4000::/80 ::188.8.131.52
Jim. since you are using UNH as a provider :-), let me assign you a
prefix which is covered by our 32 bit prefix 5f02:3000::/32. Just use
5f02:3000:84b1:7400::/64. You can further divide this prefix into
subnets as you like, using the 65-80 bits as subnet identifier.
I will set up a route for you and the rest of the world won't have to
This will require you to reassign addresses on all your nodes, which is
something you can demonstrate as easily done by IPv6 :-)