[Redbrick-ipv6] Re: [Admin-discuss] RedBrick IPv6 Network

John Corleone homerj at redbrick.dcu.ie
Thu Dec 18 12:07:55 GMT 2003


Good work, Colm! And 3 users already ;D 

[homerj at carbon][~]=>netstat -en | grep 2001
tcp        0      0 2001:770:107:15:206::22 2001:770:18:1:20c:57503
ESTABLISHED 0          2147483647 
tcp        0      0 2001:770:107:15:206::22 2001:770:18:1:20c:57502
ESTABLISHED 0          2147483647 
tcp        0      0 2001:770:107:15:206::22 2001:770:18:1:201:33686
ESTABLISHED 0          2147483647 
tcp        0      0 2001:770:107:15:206::22 2001:770:18:1:201:33685
ESTABLISHED 0          2147483647 
tcp        0      0 2001:770:107:15:206::22 2001:770:68:1ff:20:1476
ESTABLISHED 0          2147483647 

It'll be interesting to see how long it takes to get connections from 
the commercial world, and no your tunnel from Esat doesnt count ;)

John

> These records are all live now :) They allow you to use DNS to force
> which protocol to use. Later this evening, after it's been announced
> on .announce, the standard records like "carbon.redbrick.dcu.ie"
> and "www.redbrick.dcu.ie" will all get IPv6 address aswell, this means
> peoples own machines will decide which protocol to use automatically.
> 
> That's it, I think :) People should now come up with cool use of 
> addresses, we have several billion now.
> 
> I realise a lot of that will have been gobbledegook to people, but don't
> worry, over the next few weeks, we'll be explaining more about Ipv6 from
> the basics up :)
> 
> It's likely there may be some problems with the config of our services,
> so if you have Ipv6, please try it out with RedBrick, and notify us
> of all problems. 

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