http://www.amis.net/ vs. 6to4
oneingray at gmail.com
Sun Jan 1 19:34:28 CET 2012
>>>>> Brian E Carpenter <brian.e.carpenter at gmail.com> writes:
>>>>> On 2011-12-31 16:47, Ivan Shmakov wrote:
>> As the traceroutes above start to differ at the link between
>> 2001:15c0:ffff:d::d and 2001:15c0:ffff:7::2, I'd assume that one of
>> these is in charge.
> Ivan, Read http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6343
> There are many possible explanations for Anycast 6to4 failures. Some
> of them are unfixable.
In this case, I'm quite sure that the problem is that either of
the two aforementioned routers have their 2002:/16 routes set to
/dev/null or the like. Which makes me wonder if anyone there at
AMiS is reading this list and is willing to help?
JFTR: their HTTP server at www.amis.net (2001:15c0:ffff:f::18)
is also unreachable via 6to4 (from three distinct IPv4
networks), but is perfectly reachable via both HE.net's 6in4
tunnels, and via native IPv6 (from a single network in my reach
which has one.)
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