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Re: North America not interested in IP V6

  • From: Jeremy T. Bouse
  • Date: Wed Jul 30 13:24:04 2003

	At work we implimented 12.2(T) on our IPv6 routers and there were some
problems, can't recall specifics now, that meant we did do several IOS
upgrades to try and fix. Now we have just finished upgrading to 12.3 on
all our routers network-wide and only have the IPv6 functions turned on
for those routers we have IPv6 traffic going through...

	Regards,
	Jeremy

On Wed, Jul 30, 2003 at 01:59:18PM +0200, Marcel Lemmen wrote:
> 
> 
> 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
> 
> --= Try http://alt.binaries.nl =--
> 
> --- The previous message was something like this: ---
> 
> !>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)
> !>