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reconnecting IPv6 site.
- Subject: reconnecting IPv6 site.
- From: [email protected] (Jan Marius Evang)
- Date: 10 Oct 1997 09:17:57 +0200
- In-reply-to: Bob Fink's message of Thu, 9 Oct 1997 16:21:03 -0700
- References: <[email protected][184.108.40.206]>
>> Bob Fink writes:
BF> Yes it has, and you need new implementations to use it - ones
BF> that support AGGR and EUI-64. The 6bone web pages for hookups
BF> has some info on this. Take a look:
OK. I suppose the newest Linux kernels and Cisco IOS (IPv6) has this?
Or is it just the tools?
>> Is teher something written about what I need to change, or should
>> I just read through everything at www.6bone.net?
BF> There is also the info I've sent via the 6bone mail list. See
BF> Let me know if you need more info...and suggestions as to what
BF> should be added to the web pages to make this clearer.
When I make it work, I'll see if a mini-howto is needed :-)
BF> This object is the owner, if you will, of all objects below it.
BF> However, it is my intention to assign pTLAs as delegated objects
BF> and then let them sub-delegate.
This means that I need to have a pTLA delegated to for instance Norway?
Or is this already done?
BF> sample object below (the one for TELEBIT). All pTLAs have been
BF> assigned using their existing 6bone registry ipv6-name as their
BF> netname within the inet6num object.
BF> TELEBIT descr: pTLA delegation for the 6bone country: DK
BF> admin-c: HHA1-6BONE tech-c: HHA1-6BONE mnt-by: MNT-TELEBIT
BF> mnt-lower: MNT-TELEBIT changed: [email protected] 19970909 source:
So I shopuld update all these fields in the "whois database"?
Thanks for you help, I'll have a look at that web page.