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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

IPv6/IPv4 translation requirements

So here I add my list of top level requirements for IPv6 translation.
Considering not only the transition to 6 but the left behind 4 networks and the options they need to have for functionality. I hope it helps :)…



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Added by Phil on February 25, 2010 at 7:00am — 4 Comments

IPv6 Activists in Pakistan

Hello,

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.

Chip in.

Added by Tee Emm on February 21, 2010 at 11:47pm — No Comments

Static Ipv6 Address under Windows

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 — No Comments

Ipv6 ReverseZone Generator [Bind8/9]

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 — No Comments

Irc over Ipv6 [mirc]

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



http://users.skynet.be/jaguar/mircv6.html



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 — 3 Comments

Final thesis

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 — 7 Comments

IPv4 addresses down to 8%

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 — 1 Comment

Using IPv4 Application over IPv6 network

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.…





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Added by vasanth on February 11, 2010 at 11:21am — 2 Comments

IPv6 Translation carrier grade

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 — 7 Comments

Announcing DNS64-NAT64 opensource implementations

This is to announce the availability of two NAT64-DNS64 open-source implementations by Viagenie, 

as follows:



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NAT64

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BSD PF:

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.



Linux Netfilter:

The implementation of NAT64 for linux is available as a kernel module.

It uses Netfilter's…
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Added by Julian Vincent on February 9, 2010 at 5:45pm — No Comments

Google over IPv6 "gotcha"

One of my colleague made me aware of this one today. I've seen this page in the past [http://www.google.com/intl/en/ipv6/] 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…
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Added by Nicolas Filion on February 1, 2010 at 4:17pm — 4 Comments

Deploying IPv6 in Mobile Networks - A new white paper available for download

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…
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Added by gogo6 on January 29, 2010 at 8:19pm — No Comments

Installation of gw6c (vers. gw6c-6_0_1) on Linux Kernel 2.4.37.7 and tunneling from NATed network behind firewall running 2.6.32.3

Installation of gw6c (vers. gw6c-6_0_1) on Linux Kernel 2.4.37.7 and

Connection from NATed network behind firewall running 2.6.32.3




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 — 2 Comments

Comcast IPv6 Trials

Folks,



Thought you would find this news interesting, please contact me at john_brzozowski@cable.comcast.com with any questions or comments.



Regards,



John



http://blog.comcast.com/2010/01/preparing-for-the-ipv6-transition.html…



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Added by John Jason Brzozowski on January 27, 2010 at 5:50pm — 2 Comments

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