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Re: draft-arkko-ipv6-transition-guidelines WGLC
On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 07:34:48PM +0200, Mohacsi Janos wrote:
> On Tue, 31 Aug 2010, Gunter Van de Velde (gvandeve) wrote:
> > Can be mananaged... but... if you use 6to4, then do you know the person
> > running the relays? Do you even know who is running the relays? And why
> > should the people running the relays care about you if you are not there
> > direct customer?
> If a provider is encouraging to use 6to4, it will provide 6to4 relay for
> their customers: announcing anycast 6to4 relay address to them (probably
> only for them). Provider is monitoring operational status of 6to4 relay,
And the response traffic takes this relay, because...?
> traffic volume etc. plus help debugging MTU problems... Yes I know, this
> is can be done only for outgoing direction.... But if every 6to4 relay
> provider would be doing the same....
"If". But this is not so, and therefore, 6to4 with anycast relay is
just not something that makes sense for global traffic.
> For example I used to know who is running the 6to4 relay used by me...(me
> and network operation team). For 1.5 years I don't care much about 6to4
> relay anymore since I am using native IPv6 both at home and at work.
Our (well-maintained!!) 6to4 relay works very well for traffic between
our users and our IPv6-enabled machines - but as soon as the users have
native IPv6, no more need for the relay...
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