In the early days of October, 2012 I activated IPv6 for the blog. Literally hours later, on October 7, 2012, Luis left a comment on this blog while connected via IPv6.
I have been experimenting with IPv6 addressing and routing under different Linux flavors. Addressing in LANs is quite easy with Auto/Zero-Conf, however for Auto/Zero-Conf you need to use /64 network, which could lead to memory exhaustion due to a Neighbor Discovery attack (I will write more on this later, so check below for related articles). [...]
I got a link to this video via the NANOG mailing list. It’s ad by CISCO but still really funny!
Emile, a member of the non-profit organisation PRMG, is the first external user on the EPT SIXXS IPv6 tunnel server. EPT is providing a public SIXXS POP since beginning of March 2010, until May 5only 2 SIXXS and 5 EPT employees were registered at the EPT IPv6 tunneling server. 1 subnet was assigned to a [...]
The German Federal Ministry of Interior announced yesterday that RIPE has allocated a /26 IPv6 network to Germany. This are 5.070.602.400.912.917.605.986.812.821.504 (5 nonillion, 70 octillion, 602 septillion, 400 sextillion, 912 quintillion, 917 quadrillion, 605 trillion, 986 billion, 812 million, 821 thousand and 504) IP addresses distributed over 274.877.906.944 /64 IPv6 networks.
Absolutely a must have! The IPv6 subnet calculator by Rhys Koedijk.
When I last used some RedHat operating system nobody ever mentioned IPv6, I cannot even remember that saw any of the configuration option mentioned in this article. So now I need to figure out how to have Xen configure IPv6 for my guest systems :-/
AVM just released 2 IPv6-enabled BETA firmwares for the international versions of the Fritz!Box models 7270 and 7570 VDSL. I have been testing the BETA firmware for about 2 weeks now. I’m very with the new DECT coverage this firmware provides, it almost doubled the coverage for me.