Disable IPv6 by default.

Chuck Anderson cra at WPI.EDU
Sat Sep 15 18:54:09 UTC 2007

On Sat, Sep 15, 2007 at 11:32:29AM -0600, Richi Plana wrote:
> Kind of like NAT, then. Is there an IPv6 address registry? Can I acquire
> a publiv IPv6 address space (even if it isn't routeable right now)? I'm
> assuming that IPv6 isn't being routed right now and most people just
> tunnel. (I'll have to ask my ISP).
> I seriously didn't know that IPv6 is actively being routed now (without
> tunneling).

Yes, it has been actively routed for years.  It's there on RENs 
(Research and Education Networks) like Internet2, as well as 
commercial ISPs like MCI, Sprint, British Telecom, Global Crossing, 
Teleglobe, NTT/Verio, and Cable & Wireless.

Even if tunnels are used in some cases, the tunnles still need to be 
routed.  However, tunnelling is becoming less and less common as 
infrastructure is upgraded to allow native transport.

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