[6bone] US based IPv6 Tunnel providers
L at bnmnetworks.net
Thu May 6 12:23:18 PDT 2004
You are correct, as Covad uses Level3 as their backbone provider and L3
doesn't have any plans, at least immediately to do IPv6.
I should have been more specific and said "Leased line" ISP or business
I dunno, maybe only UUnet offers at this point since 6Bone test nets
are going away.
HE.net does seem to be flaky lately. Maybe since they are offering IPv6
as a service now, the free stuff is going by the wayside.
On Wednesday, May 5, 2004, at 21:58 US/Eastern, Douglas Wade Needham
> If you have Covad, don't bother asking. 8( They are not even talking
> about v6 in their long term plans from what I have gotten from their
> upper level techs.
> - Doug
> Quoting Scott Nelson (L at bnmnetworks.net):
>> Your local ISP that you have a leased line with may be able to help
>> but, other than that, I don't see a lot of them either.
>> Mine ( UUnet ) as part of the service I have with them, give me a
>> dedicated tunnel.
>> This one is pretty good ( but in Canada ):
>> Hope this helps. :-)
>> On Tuesday, Apr 20, 2004, at 16:52 US/Eastern, Colin Faber wrote:
>>> Hi folks,
>>> I'm wondering if any of you know of or operate any US based tunnels.
>>> Currently I'm using HE.NET's service however recently I've been
>>> MAJOR problems and am now looking for an alternative. This is because
>>> HE.NET's service has become unreliable for IPv6 technology >
>>> If anyone has any suggestions or recommendations I would love to hear
>>> from you.
>>> Colin Faber
>>> FPSN.Net Development staff
>>> email: cfaber at fpsn.net
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