AWS announces IPv6 load balancer support

jkrejci at jkrejci at
Wed May 25 07:41:35 CEST 2011

Coyote Point EQOS 10 (currently in open beta) supports IPv6 as well for their GX series of load balancers. Not having participated in the beta I don't know how good it is but its a good start. I was told IPv6 was one of their top most requested features. Maybe some day IPv6 will not be just "a feature" and will be a mandatory core component of any and all software that talks on the Internet like IPv4 is today. Might make for a good comedy skit, 
"NEW and IMPROVED! Our product now features IPv4 support out of the box"

------Original Message------
From: Cameron Byrne
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To: nick hatch
Cc: ipv6-ops at
Subject: Re: AWS announces IPv6 load balancer support
Sent: May 24, 2011 11:29 PM

On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 9:22 PM, nick hatch <nicholas.hatch at> wrote:
> "You've probably read some panic-inducing articles about the fact that the
> Internet is running out of IP addresses! [...] We're providing this new
> support in order to allow you to test your systems on World IPv6 day (June
> 8, 2011)."

COOL!  Load balancer support is a great first step to deliver IPv6 content!


> -n

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