Best US Tunnelbroker for Youtube

This seems like an attempt to boil the ocean.

I similarly was counting on 802.1x + RA-Guard and other
techniques.

  I can easier do an insider attack by gaining console or connecting
to a trusted wire as most places I've seen don't do 802.1x on wired
but do on wireless.

  I'm not going to enumerate the universe for the sake of 6man/dhc
or v6ops, and this seems like a futile effort.

  - Jared (who sometimes runs a network)

Hi, the question is simply whether anyone is using, or knows of any
use of) DHCPv6 Authentication. Does it work? What is the operational
experience?

Thanks - Fred
fred.l.templin@boeing.com

Hi, the question is simply whether anyone is using, or knows of any
use of) DHCPv6 Authentication.

Given the responses thus far, my guess would be "no".

You might also consider trying alternate
sources of video streams such as
screen.yahoo.com to see if your
cat video bliss might be better
fulfilled through a different source
than Youtube, if indeed the problem
lies between you and Youtube.

Matt

I expect it would work (ignoring the obvious reasons this is likely not to
lead to bliss) - but not for the reasons expected. I get a AAAA back from
screen.yahoo.com, but the actual video stream (which I am largely guessing
is the "big" content I see in iftop coming from yahoo's CDN) comes over v4.
At least it is better than vimeo's, A-only.

My understanding is that almost all of the Comcast network is now IPv6 capable.

Owen

Someone was telling me this weekend their entire network is native dual
stack now. I haven't had a chance to confirm it yet, but he said they are
issuing /60's to residential users using DHCPv6.

I believe the status is "every residential customer should be able to get a /60
via DHCPv6-PD". It's worked for me for a while, and somebody official from
Comcast posted a while ago that they'd finished rolling out to 100% of the
residential network. If it isn't working, it's time to complain (and hope you
get a level-1 guy who knows what IPv6 is. :slight_smile:

Is that possible?

Someone was telling me this weekend their entire network is native dual
stack now. I haven't had a chance to confirm it yet, but he said they are
issuing /60's to residential users using DHCPv6.

The residential network in fully IPv6 capable.
The commercial network is still a work in progress.

This is based on the last notice I saw from Comcast.

Mark