wondering if anyone from TVNZ On Demand is on this list and wouldn't
mind contacting me offlist regarding problems streaming if a user has an
IPv6 address. The helpdesk doesn't appear to know what ipv6 is so
thought I'd try an alternative.
I was just trying to find some details for the next NZNOG conference, but
the NZNOG site appears to be down, downforeveryoneorjustme.com agrees that
it's not just me.
I think it was announced to be in Wellington but I haven't heard anything
further, like dates or any calls for papers.
Does anyone else have any details? (organising committee?)
d: +64 4 4989567
One of the topics to come up at the APNIC 34 meeting in Cambodia is
what happens to any IPv4 addresses which are returned or recovered by
At present APNIC operates in a mode where it is implementing austerity
measures and will only allocate 1024 addresses from their last /8
(103/8) to members on a one off basis. This means that existing and
new APNIC members are only able to get a single 1024 address
allocation from now on.
There are organisations with large IP address allocations (in most
cases legacy addressing) who are considering handing them back. JPNIC
has already accepted back more than a /11 worth of space. The
questions being asked by some members now is what happens to those
addresses and how might they be reallocated to other members.
In evaluating how recovered addresses may impact its members the Japan
Network Information Centre has asked them the following questions and
I'd like to give New Zealand organisations a chance to answer them as
1. If it were possible to receive an IPv4 allocation of returned
addresses from outside of the APNIC final /8 (103/8) block, would you
apply for an allocation?
2. Would you use the IPv4 addresses any differently than an allocation
from the final /8? (eg, Sign up new customers vs IPv6 transition
3. Would there be an effect on your IPv6 deployment if further IPv4
addresses could be allocated.
4. What would be the minimum size which would make such an allocation useful
5. There are opinions that rather than focusing on changing IPv4
policy, we should put all efforts towards IPv6 deployment.
Taking such opinion into consideration, do you still feel there is a
need to re-consider the APNIC final /8 policy (APNIC prop-88)?
6. Any additional comments.
Answers/Comments to me or the list, I'm calm either way.
The Task Force has today released its latest metrics report,
highlighting aspects of New Zealand's IPv6 landscape.
Read more (and download the full report in PDF) at the following link:
Communications Lead, Internet New Zealand
Secretariat, New Zealand IPv6 Task Force
Web: www.internetnz.net.nz & www.ipv6.org.nz
DDI: + 64 4 495 2332
Mobile: + 64 21 506 004
Address: Level 9, Grand Arcade Tower, 16 Willis Street, Wellington 6011
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As part of our continued effort to develop the NZIX route servers, we are planning to replace rs1.wix.net.nz and rs1-v6.wix.net.nz on Tuesday at 10am. We will observe a change freeze on the rest of our route servers nationwide (including the alternate WIX route servers) during this time.
These two route servers (which are currently separate boxes) are being replaced with a single dual-stacked box.
Assuming all goes well later next week we'll be replacing rs2.wix.net.nz and rs2-v6.wix.net.nz with a second dual stacked route server - we will advise the details/timing of this once Tuesday's work is complete.
Feel free to drop me an email if you have any queries/comments regarding this.