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[rpd] [afnog] Clarification on temporary resource usage
JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Fri Apr 12 13:28:14 UTC 2019
I mention this in other emails ...
The right thing to do is to offer a CLAT in the "IPv6-only" SSID (which probably I will call them 464XLAT instead of IPv6-only, or offer both SSIDs).
This means that the users will get dual-stack but with private IPv4 addresses, same as what we have most of the time in our offices and homes.
I've offered (for years already) my help for setting this up, as it can be done with OpenSource in VMs in the NOC if there is a server there.
Still waiting for the response for the next meeting, it looks like being not just AfriNIC, it may be a problem, but looking to those emails, don't looks like that is not anymore that a problem.
El 12/4/19 15:23, "Frank Habicht" <geier at geier.ne.tz> escribió:
On 12/04/2019 16:03, Owen DeLong wrote:
> I am strongly in favor of at least offering an IPv6 only SSID at AfriNIC meetings.
we probably don't have enough IP addresses for that.
> I’m not at all opposed to eliminating the IPv4 capable SSIDs or turning off IPv4 in general.
and *you* are surely not causing problems because of this, but what
about others? Are you volunteering to bring and setup the transition
things to make my skype work and to deal with all the other user problems?
We found one who has no problem... few hundred to go.
>> On Apr 12, 2019, at 5:26 AM, Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at seacom.mu> wrote:
>> On 12/Apr/19 12:50, Geert Jan de Groot wrote:
>>> While there have been many "IPv6-only" events already and it isn't
>>> bringing much, I can talk to the conference organizers to switch off
>>> IPv4 on the conference network and see what that will bring you. I
>>> know that I personally will be OK, I know the conference equipment
>>> will likely be OK, but I'm not sure about the attendees?
>> We had an IPv6-only network for the last ZAPF meeting in Cape Town, last
>> Everything worked except my VPN connection.
>> I later discovered that I had not enabled IPv6 transport on my OpenVPN
>> implementation on pfSense. So the next time I'm on an IPv6-only
>> conference network, this should not be an issue.
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