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IPv6 vs IPv4 (Re: Sprint NOC? Are you awake now?)
(btw, for those of you who think that IPv6 isn't in use, you may now safely ignore this thread). On Tue, Sep 02, 2003 at 04:34:18PM -0400, Nenad Pudar wrote: > My enviroment is far to be broken my friend. > This is not question about me or my environoment this question about > your site ,I can always mange to get such a sites if I want but I am not > sure that some other people are even awre what the problem is. > I think that still majority of ipv6 connections is through 6 bone and > there you do have a latency and > evrybody using the same dns for ipv4 and ipv6 should re-think it over i would say that I serve a moderate number of web pages a day off my web server. (warning, big!) here are some statistics: http://puck.nether.net/stats.html this is the first complaint i've received of accessing puck via ipv6 (aside from when i was running a buggy kernel that would cause it to stop responding to the v6 address periodically). here's some stats for my sendmail as well: puck:~> grep sm-mta /var/log/maillog | wc -l 30350 puck:~> grep IPv6 /var/log/maillog | wc -l 405 puck:~> grep IPv6 /var/log/maillog.Mon | wc -l 324 puck:~> grep IPv6 /var/log/maillog.Fri | wc -l 324 puck:~> grep IPv6 /var/log/maillog.Thu | wc -l 865 This means i'm getting a small number of emails sent via IPv6 without troubles. Might I suggest the problem is on your end. Do you have all the latest solaris patches installed? Either that, or ifconfig down your ipv6 interface or remove the autoconf from your machine as necessary until you have a chance to test it. In the mean time, you can visit the webpage here: http://126.96.36.199/netops/ I try to always use / referencing urls, so it should work just fine for you. If you notice a url that does not just reference /, please let me know. - Jared > Jared Mauch wrote: > > >On Tue, Sep 02, 2003 at 10:47:14PM +0300, Petri Helenius wrote: > > > > > >>Nenad Pudar wrote: > >> > >> > >> > >>>OK > >>>The point is that ipv6 connection is not good enough to be used. > >>>And for the sites that have the same dns for ipv4 and ipv6 ipv6 in a > >>>way "blackhole" ipv4 connection. > >>>In this case puck.nether.net is timinig out from time to time (going > >>>over ipv6) instead of going over ipv4 network. > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>Disable ipv6 from your routers / hosts. If that is not an option, type > >>in the ipv4 > >>address to your browsers but donīt tell other people to break their > >>systems > >>because your environment is broken. > >> > >> > > > > I wonder if I should re-enable ecn as well then. > > > > get those broken people to fix their systems...but I don't > >think i'm an important enough internet resource for people to listen > >to me. > > > > btw, if you http://<ip-of-puck>/ you will get the correct web > >pages. > > > > - jared > > > > > > > > -- > > > > > > Nenad Pudar > IP Network Engineer > TELEGLOBE > phone: 1 514 868 8053 > > > > > -- Jared Mauch | pgp key available via finger from firstname.lastname@example.org clue++; | http://puck.nether.net/~jared/ My statements are only mine.