[arin-ppml] The Library Book Approach to IPv4 Scarcity

Rob Friedman rfriedman at npwireless.com
Wed Nov 12 20:10:22 EST 2008

John Santos wrote:
> How the hell am I supposed to do that as a software developer when
> A) I can't get IPv6 space from ARIN and B) I can't get it from my ISP?
> (I have a legacy class C, so I'm fine for IPv4.)
Just a thought, there are a few other providers of IPV6 network 
addressing using IPV6-in-4 tunnels, which is perfectly usable for 
testing or software development.  It is a very simple process to request 
a network from each of these two below.  The only real requirements are 
a working email address for registration, and a machine to run the 
tunnel(s) for you.



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