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  About Microsoft IPv6 stack, pls browse http://www.research.microsoft.com/msripv6, 
you can get more info about their work, which I think is quite compatible with Win2000.
  I have been using FreeBSD since the birth of IPv6. FreeBSD2.x+ KAME, FreeBSD3.x+KAME,
or +INRIA are pretty good. Since FreeBSD4.x, KAME is embedded into the stack, which gives 
this OS much better performance.
  Linux can support IPv6 with needed modules added. 
  To begin with IPv6, maybe FreeBSD is a good point. And, MSR has its MSRIPv6 released 1.4 
free to download on website, the source code is very good. But the Win2000 Technical preview
(000925 updated) is made by product group, so only binary is availabe. 
   Hope to be useful. 

    Haisang Wu 
    CERNET IPv6 Testbed Operation Team
    Central Mainbuilding    Room 307 
    Tsinghua University     Beijing   P.R.China 
    Zipcode: 100084     
    Phone: 62785814-525(O)  BP: 191-1134725
    email: [email protected]

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> ???: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]?? Wes Horner
> ????: 2000?11?16? 12:32
> ???: Jeroen Massar
> ??: M?Carmen Medina; [email protected]
> > Sounds very strange to you maybe but.. ehmm the tech previews which
> > microsoft supply kinda have a small wininet.dll and guess what that does
> > to your Internet Explorer... yep.. it makes it IPv6 capable...
> > And all those "standard" tools like telnet etc are included too.. but
> > hey... don't mind that... there is even a nice example source which
> > comes along with it to show how to use the IPv6 stuff.
> Ok I guess I should have been more clear.  I actually have windows
> 2000.  I keep calling it NT.  Anyway,  explorer doesn't seem to have ipv6
> capabilites on that platform after installing the stack.  The docs talk
> mainly about the tools that come with the stack.  This is a version that
> was released in may.  There may be a new stack by now.
> wes