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Re: [6bone] Reserved ASN 64702, 6to4, 2 ghosts, other oddities and still no working contacts...
[Internal error while calling pgp, raw data follows] % -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- % % Bill Manning [mailto:bmanning@ISI.EDU] wrote: % % > % Another funny one: % > % 3ffe:3::/32 Subnet of 3ffe::/24 Mismatching origin ASN, % > % should be 4555 (now: 29216) % > % > welcome to more root server testing w/ IPv6. % % I don't mind that at all, I'd rather see them sticking AAAA's % into the glue :), but I do wonder why they are not using the % RIPE space they got assigned and which is being announced. they are, for the production service. this is for experimental activities. % % 2001:7fe::/32 is for I-rootserver-net-20030916 got assigned on % 2003-09-16 and was to be seen since 2003-09-17 02:51:14. % This "new" 6bone can be seen since yesterday, thus there is to % wonder for what purpose. There is no difference between 6bone % and RIR space, unless they want to make a sign that the % '6bone is not production'... bing! the 3ffe:: entries are for experimental services -only- while the 2001:: will eventually be production services. and the test are -not- primarly about connectivity. % % Also these are the current paths: % % 3ffe:3::/32 8447 1853 786 109 109 4555 29216 IGP % 3ffe:3::/32 1213 3549 6939 109 4555 29216 IGP % 3ffe:3::/32 12779 3549 6939 109 4555 29216 IGP % 3ffe:3::/32 > 6939 109 4555 29216 IGP % % 2001:7fe::/32 has the same "issue": % 2001:7fe::/32 8954 4555 29216 % 2001:7fe::/32 12779 6175 4555 29216 % 2001:7fe::/32 15516 3257 2497 6939 109 4555 29216 % % As Cisco (109) and EP.Net are US based I wonder if % Stockholm suddenly moved to the US :) % That last one as from "Stockholm" -> US -> Japan -> Denmark... % If they really want to test then use some native european % connectivity, there is a *lot* of that over here. % And if they can't get native, please tunnel to a *local* % ISP and not to something in the US, see "Minimal IPv6 Peering": % http://ip6.de.easynet.net/ipv6-minimum-peering.txt % % K has a RIPE delegation too, but that has not been seen (yet :) % But I heared good stories about work being done on that. % % Greets, % Jeroen % % -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- % Version: Unfix PGP for Outlook Alpha 13 Int. % Comment: Jeroen Massar / firstname.lastname@example.org / http://unfix.org/~jeroen/ % % iQA/AwUBP4fgXimqKFIzPnwjEQJl1ACcD2aK8TGQU/YD04sZsFuMQoMSex8AoLcH % 7aO9jplhb76T11d5hALTf6BD % =gyub % -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- % [End of raw data] -- --bill Opinions expressed may not even be mine by the time you read them, and certainly don't reflect those of any other entity (legal or otherwise).