Let us see how many of us are here. It would be good to network amongst ourselves and see what we can do by collaborating in the real world.
Added by Tee Emm on February 21, 2010 at 11:47pm —
Windows is usaly requesting 2 Ipv6 Addresses from your "Ipv6 Router" a preffered one and an temporary one
In most cases windows will choose the temporary Address for most outgoing Ipv6 Connections
The temporary Ipv6 Address will usaly change on every reboot.
Windows does this to ensure an given privacy in Ipv6 for the Client but its realy bad if you want or need a static
Address assigned to your pc
A simple Way to deactivate the privacy feature on the… Continue
Added by Talustus on February 18, 2010 at 3:18pm —
for everyone thats going to host his own Ipv6 DNS Server
for managing his own Ipv6 RDNS Records
and for thoose who are new in Ipv6 and RDNS
there is a simple RDNS-Zone OnlineGenerator for Bind8 and 9
You can find it here: http://www.fpsn.net/index.cgi?pg=tools&tool=ipv6-inaddr
great Service in my mind!
A second one i can suggest is an Online Subnet Calculator for… Continue
Added by Talustus on February 18, 2010 at 3:00pm —
For anybody that is intrested and is known with mIrc (Irc Chat Client)
Someday i was googling a bit and found a great "DLL" library for Mirc by davy hollevoet
that offers the posibility to connect to any Ipv6 enabled IRC-Network via mIrc over V6
I'm an Admin of an german Irc Network that already is ipv6 enabled!
Its hosted by a solid german… Continue
Added by Talustus on February 18, 2010 at 11:00am —
Greetings to all, I want to prepare my final thesis in IPv6, but I'm having trouble finding exactly the topic for my research. if someone could give me some suggestions ill be grateful, thanks..
Added by Iazalde Martins on February 17, 2010 at 6:51am —
As of Feb.15, 2010, only 22 blocks of IPv4 /8 are left, that's 8% of the address space.
Is this consumption rate within the norm ? It was down to 24 blocks only 45 days ago.
More at http://www.ipv6forum.com/
Added by Ahmed Abu-Abed on February 15, 2010 at 2:50am —
I like to mention about a small utility freeware program called LANoi (http://www.lanoninternet.com) which can create a virtual ipv4 LAN over ipv6 without requiring public/private ipv4
address in the host m/c. I am part of the development team of the software
& will give a brief about its working.…
Added by vasanth on February 11, 2010 at 11:21am —
I am at present looking at our final solution for IPv6 translation for major telcos/ISPs in Europe. Now there are a few options to use on "last resort" to help control budget. Unfortunately, however, the major vendors, Cisco, Alcatel, Juniper, have been massively lax on their roadmaps towards translation methods as a whole for large transit carriers. It seems that at present while the new two /8s out to Asia this year we are looking at a 8-10% remainder of our IPv4 addressing just looking at… Continue
Added by Phil on February 10, 2010 at 4:42am —
This is to announce the availability of two NAT64-DNS64 open-source implementations by Viagenie, Continue
this implementation of NAT64 is made by modifying the PF packet filter
available on BSD systems. A new 'nat64' statement is created in the
pf.conf file to enable the nat64 functionality.
The implementation of NAT64 for linux is available as a kernel module.
It uses Netfilter's…
Added by Julian Vincent on February 9, 2010 at 5:45pm —
One of my colleague made me aware of this one today. I've seen this page in the past
] from Google and their IPv6 and didn't really read allt he details until today.
"Normally, if a DNS resolver requests an IPv6 address for a Google web site,
it will not receive one…
…but a DNS resolver with Google over IPv6 will receive… Continue
Added by Nicolas Filion on February 1, 2010 at 4:17pm —
We have just made available a new white paper entitled "Deploying IPv6 in Mobile Networks"
, outlining a number of alternatives for getting mobile networks IPv6 capable.
From the introduction:
Mobile networks, whether based on GSM, UMTS or CDMA standards, are rapidly shifting towards
supporting IP-based data services and are no longer used exclusively for voice and… Continue
Added by gogo6 on January 29, 2010 at 8:19pm —
Installation of gw6c (vers. gw6c-6_0_1) on Linux Kernel 22.214.171.124 and
Connection from NATed network behind firewall running 126.96.36.199
Even though this is a fairly old Linux setup (Gentoo distro), the installation was totally straightforward. Not all steps need to be done as root if you install to a user-writable directory, but most probably everything from the modprobe-step on.
No changes need to be made on the NATing firewall if it allows outgoing UDP traffic,… Continue
Added by Lutz Stohlmann on January 29, 2010 at 8:05am —
Thought you would find this news interesting, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments.
Added by John Jason Brzozowski on January 27, 2010 at 5:50pm —
I always love good music and travel. and I have often while listening to favorite music while internet working. I have been look for good music. I have an dream study do music. if you have good music and send share for me.
of course, I hope your also may like my favorite music .
then let's visit my simply music site: http://music.xiaoyu.net
Added by kAI Liu on December 21, 2009 at 12:00pm —
I have see news about china enforce closed share sites, such as, BT. EMULE TYPE files share site will has to enforce closed. the btchina.net site had enforce closed. and the bigest share site verycd.com will has to change to other type site.
these are bad news. I am worry what i can do now? I think internet should freedom share. we don't freedom talk about in china. So we have to make site to abroad. and we have to using oversea ip. I have to using vpn visit sites.
if the… Continue
Added by kAI Liu on December 17, 2009 at 12:30pm —
Talking with various Service Providers and following discussions on NANOG mailing list, you're forced to conclude that while IPv6 deployment is manageable in enterprise and core Service Provider networks, it quickly becomes "mission impossible" as you move into residential/consumer space.
Read the rest of the post in the IOS hints blog
Added by Ivan Pepelnjak on December 17, 2009 at 7:56am —
"IPv6 won't save us in time". Yes! the title sounds pessimistic :) What I mean is that we’ll most probably need to deal with IPv4 depletion even if we introduce IPv6 now. The migration to v6 didn’t happened in time, i.e. a couple of years ago. During the transition period, we’ll face the IPv4 addresses shortage.
Carriers will have to use some tricks to provide access to the legacy but predominant (at least in the beginning) IPv4 Internet. Hence, Large Scale NAT (LSN), Carrier Grade… Continue
Added by Nicolas Filion on December 14, 2009 at 4:00pm —
Hi Everyone. I am presently doing my M.S in computer networking at University of Colorado-Boulder, US. I am about to do some hand-on projects on IPv6 multicast on Cisco routers. I am looking for some research topics for my thesis.
Few of them are in IPv6 multicast and IPv6 mobility in IP. I would like some suggestions on such topics and please feel free to post better research topics.
Added by amit kumar barik on December 14, 2009 at 3:14pm —
I have a blog where I discuss networking, security, and other topics.
Sometimes I discuss IPv6 topics too.
Here is the URL:
Please let me know if you have an idea or topic that you would like me to write about.
Added by Scott Hogg on December 13, 2009 at 7:18pm —
The Vancouver Winter Olympics are due to start in 2 months, and having them broadcast live on IPv6 client connections (PC, Android, iPhone, etc.) can be a boost to v6 adoption. This is similar to an earlier blog about World Cup on v6, but the latter is much more commercial and difficult to convince the organisers of a free broadcast.
The broadcast rights are held by a Canadian joint venture of of CTV & Rogers (both out of Toronto), so they… Continue
Added by Ahmed Abu-Abed on December 13, 2009 at 3:00am —