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Long and unabbreviatable IPv6 addresses with random overloaded bits, vs. tunnelbroker



Hi,

> I've tried contacting them in an effort to receive any kind of a
> "proper" IPv6 address without the plaintext IPv4 embedment, but
> they've given me all sorts of crazy and (IMHO) far-sketched excuses;
> from not wanting to maintain a separate database of IPv6
> addresses/subnets, and from lack of software provisioning support; to
> supposedly RIPE and/or edis' upstream providers requiring public whois
> entries for any /64's that edis.at would allocate for their customers

I can guarantee you that RIPE does *not* require public whois records for individual /64s (or even for separate /48s in PA space).

- Sander