There has been a little talk of IPv6 around the internet in the last week about if/when etc it will take off, and it is a chicken and egg problem. No content so why enable it, and why enable it when there is no content.
A website decided to do something about it, by offering a large amount of Porn via IPv6.
I have done the same and you can get Internet Porn for free if you have an IPv6 connection.
You can see it by going to http://www.ipv6porn.co.nz. If you don't have a IPv6 connection it will link to information via IPv4 for you to get it/enable it etc.
The Original Idea is taken from http://www.ipv6experiment.com which will have content via IPv6, but only later in the year.
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Comment by johnr, on 14-Apr-2007 20:35
Am I reading this correct!!! ROFL
Yes you are..
Comment by Walkabout Tigger, on 21-Apr-2007 08:53
This is how Bit Torrent got its start, so why not IPv6?
IPv6 Torrent Server.....
Comment by benj, on 25-Jul-2007 19:37
Note: the IPV6 Tunnel stops once in a while, but it is resolved now.
From a v6-enabled institution in the USA, your routing seems broken.
$ host -t aaaa www.ipv6porn.co.nz
www.ipv6porn.co.nz has IPv6 address 2001:388:f000::285
$ traceroute6 2001:388:f000::285
6 p16-0-0-0.r02.lsanca03.us.bb.gin.ntt.net (2001:418:0:2000::2e) 2.967 ms 2.948 ms 3.065 ms
7 p4-0.aarnet.lsanca03.us.bb.gin.ntt.net (2001:418:4000:5000::a) 3.594 ms 5.415 ms 7.973 ms
8 so-3-2-0.bb1.b.syd.aarnet.net.au (2001:388:1:20::1) 162.852 ms 155.835 ms 156.113 ms
9 broker1.a.syd.aarnet.net.au (2001:388:1:5001:2a0:a5ff:fe4b:ae3) 157.151 ms 156.677 ms 156.889 ms
10 ge-1-0-0.bb1.a.syd.aarnet.net.au (2001:388:1:5001:212:1eff:fe8e:51fe) 156.114 ms 156.517 ms 156.112 ms
11 broker1.a.syd.aarnet.net.au (2001:388:1:5001:2a0:a5ff:fe4b:ae3) 157.755 ms 157.174 ms 156.872 ms
12 ge-1-0-0.bb1.a.syd.aarnet.net.au (2001:388:1:5001:212:1eff:fe8e:51fe) 156.267 ms 156.359 ms 156.407 ms
13 broker1.a.syd.aarnet.net.au (2001:388:1:5001:2a0:a5ff:fe4b:ae3) 156.931 ms 157.195 ms 157.106 ms
It then goes into a loop.
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