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  • AWS
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    All my sites are ipv6 enabled as is my host.

    My ISP is beta testing ipv6 and I am in on the test although I've been using ipv6 for about 2 years now using a tunnel from HE.

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  • ENF
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    IPv6 Readiness - Future of IP Routing

    With the pool of IPv4 addresses dwindling down to just about nil, serious discussions are once again sweeping around various corners of the net in regards to bringing more IPv6 routing ability to the masses.

    While my home network is ready and willing for IPv6, my current ISP hasn't fully enabled IPv6 yet. Everything up to my network access point is passing IPv6 info, but I still cannot access public IPv6 address space.

    Do you have IPv6 access?

    Here are some tests you can run to see where you stand:

    http://test-ipv6.com/

    Can you access these sites now?

    http://ipv6.google.com/
    http://ipv6.cnn.com/
    http://www.v6.facebook.com/

    World IPv6 Day is June 8, 2011.

    http://isoc.org/wp/worldipv6day/

    Nothing will suddenly break, but would be nice to a larger support for the IPv6 space.
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