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#22445 28-May-2008 17:11
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I contacted the Xnet helpdesk last September about ipv6, they said:

"At this stage we don't offer anything commercially but will be doing so in the future, we're in the process of a big network upgrade and once that's completed will be able to offer this."


So far I've heard nothing about xnet running ipv6, are there any plans to do this in the future? At the moment I run ipv6 through a tunnel, which is good, but I'd like to have native ipv6.

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  #134568 31-May-2008 10:15
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Anyone? maverick?

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  #135080 2-Jun-2008 23:27
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Noodles: I contacted the Xnet helpdesk last September about ipv6, they said:

"At this stage we don't offer anything commercially but will be doing so in the future, we're in the process of a big network upgrade and once that's completed will be able to offer this."


So far I've heard nothing about xnet running ipv6, are there any plans to do this in the future? At the moment I run ipv6 through a tunnel, which is good, but I'd like to have native ipv6.

Thanks


Can you plase tell me which one of IPv6's advantages were you hoping to make use of? For home users and small businesses I cannot see the need for IPv6..

 
 
 
 


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  #135207 3-Jun-2008 15:47
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insane: not having to worry that your home network uses the same IP space as whatever you are remotely accessing?

noodles: long weekend ... maverick's probably still on holiday



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  #135233 3-Jun-2008 17:08
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We have IPV6 capabilities inside the network but not really a standard offering at this stage sorry. 




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