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Re: IPv6 Peering Request
From: Mike Leber <mleber () he net>
Date: Sat, 15 Feb 2003 14:47:17 -0800 (PST)



All the IPv6 routers in our network are cisco.

We host about 1500 IPv6 over IPv4 tunnels via our tunnel broker.

Many of the tunnel broker users are running cisco routers.

Yes I was going too fast and missed his comment (it didn't parse)
otherwise I would have pointed out that if he is running a cisco with an
IOS that supports IPv6 he can run IPv6 in tunnels over IPv4.

For example:

interface Tunnel1
 description An IPv6 tunnel peer
 no ip address
 ipv6 address <IPv6-address-for-your-side>/127
 ipv6 enable
 tunnel source <IPv4-address-on-your-router>
 tunnel destination <IPv4-address-on-peer's-router>
 tunnel mode ipv6ip

Mike.

On 15 Feb 2003, Nicolas DEFFAYET wrote:

On Sat, 2003-02-15 at 02:39, Mike Leber wrote:
We operate a free IPv6 tunnel broker at http://tunnelbroker.com

Jeffrey Wheat said: "so brokers are no an option for us".

On Fri, 14 Feb 2003, Jeffrey Wheat wrote:


Is there anyone that would be interested in providing a tunnel
to the 6bone for us? We are in Charlotte, NC and would prefer
to establish a tunnel with someone close by. We'd be doing this
via a cisco router so brokers are no an option for us. We are
AS8175.

-- 
Nicolas DEFFAYET, NDSoftware
NDSoftware NOC: http://noc.ndsoftwarenet.com/
FNIX6: http://www.fnix6.net/
EuroNOG: http://www.euronog.org/


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