If you have a problem like I had “what was that site again, let’s check the browser history…” and after wasting a couple of minutes realizing “it was not this computer, it is still open on my laptop”, you really dont want to experience this again. Or you have a […]
Dont forget, make your website accessible via IPv6 and submit them here: http://isoc.org/wp/worldipv6day/ http://www.ipv6forum.com/ipv6_enabled/ipv6_enable.php http://look4ipv6.appspot.com/ – (Update 7th March 2014: doesn’t work any more) It might be worth considering to make your already IPv6 enabled website accessible only via IPv6 on the World IPv6 day… join me in!
Yeah, at the moment (will that change in future?) your IPv6 address (as it is most likely done via a 6in4 tunnel in your place) is a static one. Just read that again. Just something mindboggling about the address space: I have a /64 range locally. Thats about as much […]
I just came across with the World IPv6 day on the 8th of June 2011 an IPv6 connectivity testing website. Its great. I got 10 out of 10 for dual stack, and 10 out of 10 with IPv6 only. I am ready. Let it come. I am gonna embrace it.
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