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6bone related Questions
At 03:16 PM 6/13/2001 +0200, Amit Schnitzer wrote:
>I recently posted a question regarding the 6bone project, but got no
>I am posting the same question again because I am not sure it got to its
>destination the last time.
>I'm trying to figure out how to connect my organization to the 6bone
>My problem is that I am located in Israel and as far as I understand no
>organization from Israel has yet filed a request to register as a pTLA.
>Does anybody know of such organization ? can you think of an alternative
>pTLA that we can connect to (who's the preferred from our point of view ?)?
As always when doing configured tunnels, you need to pick a few from the
6bone pTLA list and try traceroutes to them to see if they are reasonable
for you. Have you read this section on the 6bone hookup page?
Also, you can come up using 6to4. See
<http://www.6bone.net/6bone_6to4.html>. Also, you can talk to Ron Broersma:
person: Ron Broersma
address: SPAWAR Systems Center, San Diego
phone: +1 619 553 2293
e-mail: [email protected]
notify: [email protected]
changed: [email protected] 20010221
He used 6to4 to get DREN up and qualified for its pTLA this way.
>In addition, I am trying to figure out all the implications that might rise
>as a result of connecting to the 6bone project:
>Financial implications - equipment, manpower, registration fees and etc.
Very little is needed until it becomes production for you (presumably that
will be a while from now). Some pTLAs spend more than others to be on the
6bone, but I think it is proportional to their network size/scope and how
production they want to make it.
>Time implications - registration period, project participation period and
That's covered in the requesting a pTLA page:
>What should I do once I am connected to the 6bone ? Are there special daily
>tasks or "to-do list" or should I sit back and relax until I'll get my pTLA
Again, the pTLA request page, and read RFC2772:
If you have more questions, please ask me.