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[6bone] Re: RFC 2772 input from RIR space holder
- Subject: [6bone] Re: RFC 2772 input from RIR space holder
- From: [email protected] (Bill Manning)
- Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 08:39:34 -0800 (PST)
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]> from dr john halewood at "Nov 22, 2 04:22:55 pm"
% On Friday 22 November 2002 11:55 am, Jeroen Massar wrote:
% > Apparently you don't know that you can BUY IPv6 transit and connectivity
% > in many different parts of the world (Actually I think almost
% > everywhere).
% > You might contact:
% > - VERIO
% > - NTT / IIJ
% > - GlobalCrossing
% That's interesting news to me. We're a customer of GlobalCrossing and are
% trying to get back onto the 6bone (we have an allocation from a while ago
% -see http://www.cs-ipv6.lancs.ac.uk/ipv6/6Bone/Whois/USL-UK.html - but it
% appears that the 5F1A block has been discontinued and our upstream provider
% has disappeard).
% We contacted GlobalCrossing about getting an IPV6 feed and they looked
% completely blank about it. Maybe we were speaking to the wrong people there...
depends on where you are, apparently.
none of the above carriers is willing/able to
give me native IPv6 in my market. its all
going to be back-hauled via tunnels to places
where they support native connections. :(
tunnels are apparently still a useful tool. :)