Re: First steps towards v6 support by ATT?

From: Christopher Morrow (no email)
Date: Thu Mar 26 2009 - 22:15:42 EDT

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    On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 9:23 PM, Charles Wyble <> wrote:
    >>>
    >>
    >> yea... maybe they do, I don't see that from my view of 7018's routing
    >> data (limited as it may be)
    >
    > Interesting.

    so, actually, looking at 7018's route-server:

    route-server> sho ip bgp 192.88.99.1 | in recei
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)
      7018 1239, (received & used)

    seems they prefer Sprint for 6to4 services... 7132 doesn't have a
    publicly listed route-server :( oh well.

    -chris


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