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WB3FFV

join:2001-12-11
Abingdon, MD
reply to whfsdude

Re: Getting 305/65

I would love to run some major IPv6 traffic over my connection, hopefully someday I can get dual stack on my business class connection.

That said, on the 305/65 service offering, is it only dynamic IP's, or can you get a small block of static's on it? I know better than to think BGP, but one can dream..


whfsdude
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join:2003-04-05
Washington, DC
Reviews:
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said by WB3FFV:

That said, on the 305/65 service offering, is it only dynamic IP's, or can you get a small block of static's on it? I know better than to think BGP, but one can dream..

Everything is static.

/64 (soon to be /56, NetDog - more VLANs equals more traffic )

Not sure about v4, everything is on-net (routed to vlan). I've been given a paper w/ just one address. It's inside a /29 so in theory I could arp the other 5. Looking at the traffic on the wan int, I'm the only customer on that VLAN so who knows.

Maybe it's a dedicated VLAN to just me and I can use the entire /29 but doubtful.

Then again, who cares about v4. :P


whfsdude
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join:2003-04-05
Washington, DC
Reviews:
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reply to WB3FFV
said by WB3FFV:

I know better than to think BGP, but one can dream..

You could always pull an Owen DeLong (GRE tunnel your business cable connection to a data center, run BGP from there).

WB3FFV

join:2001-12-11
Abingdon, MD

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Well don't need BGP here at my place, but I have a GIF tunnel running from my home to the datacenter. At the DC I am all dual-stack and BGP for both v4 and v6, so that takes care of that. I just hate to have to reflect into the DC to get my connectivity and back out, native access is preferred, plus then I can use the ASA far better..

Nice on the connectivity whfs, I use a lot of Comcast's MetroE services, in fact they were pulling more fiber for me today, so know that fiber and Ciena switches work very well..