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Dynamic DNS update on Windows for IPv6 was: reverse DNS considered pointless was: [6bone] Fwd: BCP 80, RFC 3681 on Delegation of E.F.F.3.IP6.ARPA
On Sat, Feb 14, 2004 at 09:27:22PM +1100, 'Anand Kumria' wrote:
> > The brave new world over here (Europe) works quite well, we simply
> > don't use 6bone that much anymore thus have been happily using
> > RIPE's ip6.int + ip6.arpa delegations.
> Of course, you are in Europe and have a reasonable RIR. Over here we
> have APNIC. Worse, in .au very few ISPs have been experimenting with
Now this sparks professional interest. What's "unreasonable" about APNIC?
>From my discussions with APNIC people, their policies and procedures are
fairly similar to what RIPE does.
As for "ISPs not picking up IPv6" - well, yes, this is a problem, but not
something APNIC can solve. It has improved *lots* over here in Europe,
but still the largest part of the Internet is not v6 capable.
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