[olug] Ipv6 help/pointers
Shawn L. Djernes
shawn at djernes.org
Sun Jul 28 04:45:58 UTC 2013
I am a Digium dCap and I put the boxes hanging on the net all the time. I use the iptables firewall and Asterisk's internal ACL to take care of most concerns. I also use mixed number - letter peer names and random generated secrets. You also obviously need to make sure your contexts are setup correctly.
If you want some help with this contact me off list.
Shawn L. Djernes
E-mail: sdjernes at gmail.com
Phone: +1 402 350-6973
FAX: +1 888 297-6310
On Jul 27, 2013, at 23:16, Justin Reiners <justin at hotlinesinc.com> wrote:
> Sadly century link does offer ipv6, but at a premium on long distance, we
> use about 120,000 minutes a month on our website t1s alone, we signed up
> but the won't budge on long distance. We got a trunk from 8x8, lower price
> per min but no ipv6.
> I have been trying router magic to make it work. Something about a asterisk
> box just sitting out on the net that makes me cringe a little. And
> barracuda NG 5.4.1 has a sip proxy bug I am waiting for a fix of. Other
> than that I love the boxes.
> Sent from my Google Nexus 10 Tablet.
> On Jul 27, 2013 11:01 PM, "Shawn L. Djernes" <shawn at djernes.org> wrote:
>> 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
>> E-mail: sdjernes at gmail.com
>> Phone: +1 402 350-6973
>> FAX: +1 888 297-6310
>> 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
>>> be subnetted smaller. As it breaks autoconfiguration. Century link took
>>> /64 back and hooked me up with a /48 which allows for 65000 /64 subnets.
>>> 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>
>>>> I am implementing ipv6 here at work, we were given a /64 from
>>>> 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
>>>> ipv6 subnetting? Can a /64 be split into like a million /63s?
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