Subject: Re: Routing by source address
To: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
From: Thomas E. Spanjaard <>
List: tech-net
Date: 09/05/2006 16:03:04
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der Mouse wrote:
>>>>IPv6 network unreachable; perhaps a typo?
>>>No - just dead v6 connectivity. :-=FE
>>Still, an address in 2610::/16 is very strange, and I get network
>>unreachable from my remote gateway, so I doubt broken connectivity is
>>the only problem here :).
> My upstream used to be using 3ffe/16 - 6boen - space.  Their v6
> connectivity fell apart back in February; they finally got "real" space
> direct from ARIN (check "whois -h 2610:98:8001::7:0").
> What they don't yet have is a working upstream for it.  *sigh*

Wow, first time I see non-200{1,2}::/16 (and 3ffe::/16) in use :). 
Couldn't they peer with e.g. SixXS?

         Thomas E. Spanjaard

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