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June 2011 Blog Posts (6)

Transition decisions NAT64 & DS-lite

A few notes on the development of IPv6 transition technologies.

 

Now I have chosen two technologies here.  DS-lite due to its forward presentation of IPv6 into your network.  Now whether a DSL ISP, Cable ISP or Enterprise you must consider pushing your network, in my view, to native IPv6 as soon as possible.   4in6, 4 tunneled in a 6 transport, moves you to this goal.  You are going to have to do so anyway, eventually, so for the bigger players it is our chance to test, vendor…

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Added by Phil on June 27, 2011 at 7:00am — 9 Comments

Please help me troubleshoot my website over IPv6

We're getting reports of intermittent outages. If you'd be so kind, please connect to http://www.mudynamics.com/ and let me know if you get there over IPv6? If you prefer, the direct URL using a literal IPv6 address is this: http://[2607:fe70:11::1:3240]/

 

Many thanks in advance for your assitance! If the literal IPv6 URL doesn't work for you, please let me know where you are,…

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Added by Thomas Maufer on June 14, 2011 at 5:46pm — 2 Comments

IPv6 for Wordpress

Even Wordpress is finally using IPv6 to be frank but that was the preparation for the IPv6 day. Hmm, just how the heck can we go to IPv6 version of Wordpress then, if we can migrate our blog in Wordpress to use that protocol, that will be a good thing to continue the future of the internet technology. Once again, the tests are coming in next week that almost nobody thinks of this new protocol as if that new protocol isn’t important that they are telling me to…

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Added by Tan Cheng Guan on June 10, 2011 at 3:34am — No Comments

IPv6 Day is fulfilled!

The title says it all as I’ve been IPv6 enabled with GogoNET Tunnel. Somehow and somewhat, my DIR-615 router also knows and detects various IPv6 addresses. So, the websites I knew were Google, Facebook and Yahoo Japan but these sites in IPv6 mode are not easy to enter the web addresses with. Even with NSLOOKUP, it won’t be that easy to know so I made a bunch of guesses like trial and error. Unfortunately, this lasted for 24 hours starting from when IPv6 day…

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Added by Tan Cheng Guan on June 8, 2011 at 3:02pm — No Comments

IPv6 Day in June 8th

Note: This was posted in Blogger and Wordpress in June 6th.

Looks like Google website told us that the Internet is already running out of addresses but then I already setup the Gogo Client and GogoNet to obtain this IPv6 technology. Hell, I also put that in my external router with IPv6 support but not all devices on my home network are IPv6 supported so what’s the point? Also, tricking us that today’s the final day of living due to the unknown eschatology day is equal to someone…

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Added by Tan Cheng Guan on June 7, 2011 at 11:15am — No Comments

Ipv6 in iran

My ISP (in Iran) blocked in all of them social Sites like Face book or Twitter and so many others... Finally, I must say with embarrassment, we have not today in Iran, not even an academic forum, the

reference site, eBooks or even in Persian language About the Project transition from

Ipv4 to Ipv6,In addition, the reason is not lack of knowledge and up to date information from scientific, But that alone just cause is lack of freedom in all of the fields;

My aim is not political…

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Added by Alireza Heidari on June 5, 2011 at 1:19am — 1 Comment

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