[olug] Ipv6 help/pointers

Shawn L. Djernes shawn at djernes.org
Sun Jul 28 04:01:20 UTC 2013

Depends on how much SIP traffic you are buying. If you were looking at Century Link you are probably not looking high enough up the food chain to find a IPv6 capable carrier. 

The only carriers I know have IPv6 are Tier 1 like Level 3 and XO. 

Shawn L. Djernes
SD Consulting
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On Jul 27, 2013, at 21:30, Justin Reiners <justin at hotlinesinc.com> wrote:

> I am going to go ahead and answer my own question. A /64 can but should not
> be subnetted smaller. As it breaks autoconfiguration. Century link took my
> /64 back and hooked me up with a /48 which allows for 65000 /64 subnets. I
> am now running dual stacks, on multiple subnets, and without nat, just
> using my firewalls, I am very happy.
> Now to find an ipv6 ready sip provider.
> Cosentry is not even providing ipv6 yet which is absolutely crazy.
> Moving to lococolo next week and I will be ipv6 ready and implemented in
> all but one site. Yay!
> On Jul 24, 2013 3:06 PM, "Justin Reiners" <justin at hotlinesinc.com> wrote:
>> I am implementing ipv6 here at work, we were given a /64 from centurylink.
>> everywhere I read online they say not to subnet a /64 . I would like to
>> split it between DMZ and lan  networks. Anyone have any good references for
>> ipv6 subnetting? Can a /64 be split into like a million /63s?
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