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Re: I-D Action:draft-vandevelde-v6ops-harmful-tunnels-01.txt
On 9/1/10 7:05 PM, Fernando Gont wrote:
>> For the large mass of end users, they don't seem to see a benefit in
>> deploying IPv6 while their IPv4 internet is still working - so I doubt
>> that the originally-envisioned usage case of 6to4-with-anycast (3068)
> Is 6to4-with-anycast the most deployed form of 6to4?
> FWIW, Windows does not use the 6to4 anycast address, but rather resolves
> 6to4.ipv6.microsoft.com, and uses the corresponding a records for the
> destination address of tunneled packets (Hurrican Electric relays, the
> last time that I checked). One would guess that for managed 6to4 routers
> this would be even more so the case.
in the case where for example your home router is the 6to4 device the
router and not the windows stack is the involved party since it's the
only device with a public v4 address. watching the dlinks and some other
devices I have they certainly do use the v4 anycast address.