IPv6 at NANOG 39

Jeroen Massar jeroen at unfix.org
Sat Feb 3 23:34:50 CET 2007

Joe Abley wrote:
> On 3-Feb-2007, at 14:36, Udo Steinegger wrote:
>> I wonder why the IPv6 connectivity does not come from
>> Teleglobe, the hoster of this NANOG ?
> Teleglobe/VSNL International and the Toronto Internet Exchange are
> co-hosting the meeting.
> Teleglobe don't have native IPv6 available on all of their edge routers
> yet, and in particular not the router that we're connected to.

A tunnel over Teleglobe's own IPv4 infrastructure is not a bad thing.
A tunnel's over OTHER people's infrastructure though are a bad thing.

> If there were others with native IPv6 networks attached to the TorIX we
> could probably ride native that way, but none of the small handful of
> people doing IPv6 peering there currently have native v6 transit
> themselves, so although we'll be peering with them, there's little
> opportunity for practical native v6 there.

Strange IX indeed, no other transits in the member list.
It does have some European players there though: AS15703, AS13030
The first of which, TrueServer BV, might even be able to provide transit
to Europe. Also ISC (AS30130) might be able to help there!?
Did you contact those folks?


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