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March 2010 Blog Posts (14)

IPv6 hosters report for enlisting

Fix6 is going to collect and maintain a list of hosting providers that offer IPv6 by default in production with support in 4 categories:



  • Shared hosting
  • Dedicated servers
  • Virtual servers
  • Colocation



So if you work for, get hosted by or know a hostingcompany that offers IPv6 by…

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Added by Jasper Wonnink on March 30, 2010 at 6:27am — 1 Comment

Remaining IPv4/8 prefixes are dirty by Marc Blanchet

As of January 2010, there is less than 10% of the

IPv4 address space remaining for new networks. The current timeline is

that no more address space will be available by 2012. However, the

remaining IPv4 address space is not as usable and clean as one may

think. Evidence has shown that many unallocated prefixes from the IANA

pool are used internally by organizations or by VPN vendors. Moreover,

my company does IP networking consulting and we…

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Added by Julian Vincent on March 25, 2010 at 9:22pm — No Comments

E8

The language translations of E8 algebraic theory show exponential growth, twisted cycles within twisted cycles and renormalization are the correct answer to most prombles we've met hitherto.


What will it do with us next?




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Added by newolder on March 25, 2010 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Washington DC IPv6 Panel April 13th - You're Invited to Attend

Just RSVP here...

http://ipv6.eventbrite.com/

Presentations by the panelists will be available on request

Added by Ralph Wallace on March 23, 2010 at 1:10pm — No Comments

New Version of gogoSERVER with DS-lite and gogoCPE Support Now Available

Hello everyone, we are happy to announce the release of gogoSERVER 2.0 beta. This new version will support DS-lite and the soon to be released gogoCPE v6 adaptor.


A DS-lite deployment using the gogoSERVER is designed to be simple and inexpensive. The gogoSERVER is a 1U system designed exclusively for IPv6 deployment. It supports tens of thousands of hosts and can be easily connected to other gogoSERVERs to provide redundancy and load balancing. By starting out…
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Added by Bruce Sinclair on March 23, 2010 at 8:34am — 1 Comment

IPv6 Internet In VRF Over MPLSVPN Cloud

I am continuous in testing of implementation of IPv6 in the existing IPv4 MPLS backbone without adding any new IGP for IPv6. I have tested the scenario where in no requirement to implement any IGP for IPv6 and one can serve the IPv6 internet to the existing customers with existing IPv4 MPLS backbone.
If anyone is having any good idea other than that please share.


Test Results posted on my blog:-…
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Added by shivlu jain on March 20, 2010 at 10:10am — No Comments

IPv4 to IPv6 network transformation


Last several months I am working on a concept project called 4TO6TRANS. With a few words the project proposes a concept for an OSS framework able to integrate business logic, inventory and service automation needed to migrate one operator's network and its services from IPv4 to IPv6. You may find more here.

http://niau.org/?cat=6

Added by Nikolay Milovanov on March 19, 2010 at 9:01am — No Comments

Survey on IPv6 Curriculum & Trainings / Courses http://survey.training4ipv6.eu

The IPv4 address space has melt down to just 8%. The remaining 350 Million IP addresses are expected to be fully assigned by the end of 2011.



Just 2 years to go to make the transition to IPv6.



The level of IPv6…

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Added by Latif Ladid on March 17, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

The SIP Forum and the IPv6 Forum Forge Global Partnership to Promote Interoperability



Leading industry trade associations join forces to accelerate adoption and integration

of SIP and IPv6 technology solutions worldwide





EN-US"">North…

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Added by Latif Ladid on March 17, 2010 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

INTERNATIONAL IPv6 APPLICATION CONTEST 2010 http://www.ipv6council.de/contest2010/

The German IPv6 Council invites applications for the

INTERNATIONAL IPv6 APPLICATION CONTEST 2010…

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Added by Latif Ladid on March 12, 2010 at 8:00am — No Comments

Windows XP Manual IPv6 DNS resolver configuration

Probably someone has documented this somewhere else so please forgive me but let me ask it here again, how can I set the resolver to use an IPv6 DNS server in Windows XP?

Added by Andrew Koros on March 9, 2010 at 2:30am — 3 Comments

My IPv6 Status

Status: Explorer, 3/3/2010

With winxp sp3,

Access by 6to4 Tunneling Pseudo-Interface, power-up settings, browsers preferring ipv4 !

Access by "he.net" tunnel, stable, browsers preferring ipv6 !

Both ok, having fun with commands: ipv6, netsh int ipv6, ping6, tracert6, ipconfig, netstat...



Status: Enthusiast, 14/3/2010

With the help of dynamic DNS services allowing AAAA address update and ipv6 enabled Apache.

freedns.afraid.org

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Added by Nimitz on March 3, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments

APRICOT 2010 live streaming

Just to advise that sessions from APRICOT 2010 and APNIC 29 are being streamed live from Kuala Lumpur.

To watch, please go to http://www.apricot2010.net/remote.

Added by Julian Vincent on March 1, 2010 at 7:30pm — No Comments

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