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''This is a placeholder for links to projects and information provided by members of UAS. Examples include: A-KO's Presentations, Example IPv6 Applications Programming, and Information and Howto's provided by UAS''
  
  

Revision as of 08:35, 30 October 2011

This is a page dedicated to information on the next generation Internet technology, IPv6.

Eventually I'll fill this page with links, slides, and information to getting your networks ready.

Unallocated IPv6 Projects

This is a placeholder for links to projects and information provided by members of UAS. Examples include: A-KO's Presentations, Example IPv6 Applications Programming, and Information and Howto's provided by UAS


IPv6 RFC List

IPv6 Tunnel Service Providers

Hurricane Electric Tunnel Broker Service (Preferred Provider)

SixXS Tunnel Broker (Alternative because Cogent is fail)

External Links

Microsoft's Technet IPv6 Information

World IPv6 Day

Comcast's IPv6 Deployment Information Page

Cisco IPv6 Transition page

IPv6-enabled Services

  • Xbox.com's main homepage
  • Facebook's site, www.v6.facebook.com
  • Google, ipv6.google.com (All Google Services are v6 enabled by default if you use approved DNS servers)
  • Efnet IRC Servers
  • Freenode IRC Servers
  • Linode's VPS Solutions are native IPv6-capable in select datacenters