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[6bone] The future

On Wed, 2004-09-08 at 11:10, Daniel Roesen wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 07, 2004 at 09:05:05PM -0700, Allan Vejvoda wrote:
> > Some ISPs already delegate IPv6 addresses when users connect to
> > the internet. Comcast and Cox communications, for example, both
> > automatically delegate IPv6 addresses to users who have IPv6
> > installed (or kernel compiled) on their computers.
> How do they do that? Statically routing a /48 or /64?

The only thing comcast 'does' is allow proto-41 to work.
The thing those people are using is called 6to4, which is yet another
tunneling mechanism and is nowhere near native IPv6.

Afaik Comcast uses DOCSIS modems and those babys don't do IPv6.


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