[arin-discuss] ipv6 technology supplier phone bank?

Lee Howard spiffnolee at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 29 09:41:17 EDT 2009

----- Original Message ----
> From: "michael.dillon at bt.com" <michael.dillon at bt.com>
> To: arin-discuss at arin.net
> Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 9:03:55 AM
> Subject: Re: [arin-discuss] ipv6 technology supplier phone bank?
> > If it lasts for any length of time, we may see broad adoption 
> > of RFC3093 (Firewall Enhancement Protocol, i.e., everything 
> > over HTTP).
> That was an April Fool RFC. 

Oops, too dry.  Yes, that was my point, that things could become

> However the real thing does exist
> to tunnel TCP/IP over an SSL connection 
> Note that stunnel does support IPv6 so I can well imagine that
> people with IPv6 connectivity might establish a stunnel to some
> IPv4 analog of HE's tunnel service, in order to get at some
> obscure IPv4 Internet resource that really matters to them.

Lots of tunneling options exist, but none provides interoperability 
between address families.

> > How should ARIN spend its resources to help?
> A) support an IPv6 sprint at ARIN meetings
> B) support building an IPv6 Sprint kit consisting of VoIP PBX, 
>    etc., so that people with minimal technical skill can
>    set up an IPv6 Sprint at other conferences such as
>    Linux ones, Open Source ones, language specific (Python, Java)
>    ones.

Like http://www.asteriskv6.org/ ?



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