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AVonGauss
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join:2007-11-01
Boynton Beach, FL
reply to whfsdude

Re: [IPv6] Comcast IPv6 Address Assignment/Delegation

Oh I'm sure we can come up with all sorts of nifty ways to use routable IPv6 segments, but from the home user perspective, I think most other than a truly isolated guest network are probably more a product of tinkering rather than a definable need. I think Comcast's approach of providing additional routable segments only to those that request and know how to with DHCP-PD to be a very good compromise. Its far more than I personally was expecting from any decently sized residential provider to offer.



mackey

join:2007-08-20
kudos:6

said by AVonGauss:

Its far more than I personally was expecting from any decently sized residential provider to offer.

On Uverse, AT&T offers a /60 for each IPv4 address you have.

/M

AVonGauss
Premium
join:2007-11-01
Boynton Beach, FL

said by mackey:

On Uverse, AT&T offers a /60 for each IPv4 address you have.

/M

I wasn't aware that U-verse was offering native IPv6 at this point, though admittedly I don't follow it as closely as I once did. If they are now offering it to residential U-verse subscribers that is good news indeed. We might just get this IPv6 migration thing done in under two decades after all.

34764170

join:2007-09-06
Etobicoke, ON

said by AVonGauss:

I wasn't aware that U-verse was offering native IPv6 at this point, though admittedly I don't follow it as closely as I once did. If they are now offering it to residential U-verse subscribers that is good news indeed. We might just get this IPv6 migration thing done in under two decades after all.

It isn't native yet. They're using 6RD.