On 4/12/2015, at 16:11, Brian E Carpenter
On 04/12/2015 15:51, Criggie wrote:
Brian E Carpenter wrote:
Just to say: this works so well that I (as an end
user via SNAP) didn't
You do need to be dual-stacked however; a lot of v4 stuff is embedded.
I think the days of IPv6-only connections are far in the future.
Indeed. But some operators are deploying XLAT464 (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6877
so that they can run IPv6-only infrastructure. Allegedly it works well.
We’re getting electric cars at last, maybe the future is here and we can have IPv6
everywhere too. ;-)
It’s interesting to note that Apple is now mandating that apps properly support IPv6-only
networks as of iOS 9 (https://developer.apple.com/news/?id=08282015a
> Are there any IPv6-enabled RSPs/ISPs that didn't cope with Stuff
> spontaneously enabling IPv6 ? It should have been seamless, certainly
> was for me on another v6-capable provider.
We haven’t had any negative reports, but it can take a few days before complaints get
through.I’ll be surprised if we get none, I’m sure there must be a few misconfigured
devices out there… That being said, Facebook being on IPv6 has probably help weed out any
really busted systems before we went live. And Happy Eyeballs
) is a big plus to the IPv6 experience these