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Re: North America not interested in IP V6

  • From: Marcel Lemmen
  • Date: Wed Jul 30 08:01:35 2003


Well, now we are talking about IPv6, I can ask a question right here ;)

Does anyone have any experiences with the Cisco IPv6 IOS (T or S
releases)? Can be either good or bad experiences. I heard there were some
issues (router freezes etc) with the T releases...

Have to convince the management :)

With kind regards,

Marcel Lemmen
Support Net - Partner in Managed Internet Solutions

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!>Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2003 13:12:38 +0200
!>From: Alexander Koch <koch@tiscali.net>
!>To: Neil J. McRae <neil@DOMINO.ORG>
!>Cc: "Nipper, Arnold" <arnold@nipper.de>,
!>     Peter Galbavy <peter.galbavy@knowtion.net>, Roy <garlic@garlic.com>,
!>     nanog@merit.edu
!>Subject: Re: North America not interested in IP V6
!>
!>
!>Neil, all,
!>
!>On Wed, 30 July 2003 11:58:34 +0100, Neil J. McRae wrote:
!>> > Here at DE-CIX (www.de-cix.net) I can see that more and more ISP are joining
!>> > the IPv6 trial (http://www.de-cix.net/info/decix-ipv6/) . Currently already
!>> > 20% of all ~120 ISP at DE-CIX have IPv6 enabled.
!>>
!>> I'd be more interested in seeing how many customer connections
!>> are using IPV6.
!>
!>in fact we (Tiscali) have three customers in Europe that
!>have their own /32 and are running v6 in parallel to v4, and
!>we do transit for them. I do not like that 'full table
!>everywhere' thing at all which is stil way too common in
!>Europe, it does not help pushing v6.
!>
!>Regards,
!>Alexander
!>
!>(AS-TISCALI-V6PEERS for whom it may concern)
!>