not available via IPv6

can anybody from Cisco confirm that
(2001:4800:13c1:10::178) is not available via IPv6?

I'm seeing it down via IPv6:

* Trying 2600:1407:9:295::90...
* Connected to (2600:1407:9:295::90) port 80 (#0)

GET / HTTP/1.1
User-Agent: curl/7.30.0
Accept: */*

< HTTP/1.1 200 OK
* Server Apache is not blacklisted

* About to connect() to port 80 (#0)
* Trying 2001:4800:13c1:10::178...

- Jared

My Cisco IPv6 contacts confirmed that they were made aware of this 12 hours
ago and it's being worked on.


And if anyone from rackspace is on this list, please feel free to help out as that is where is hosted (it's a wordpress site, not directly under Cisco's control operationally).


- Mark

Thanks folks. should be back up now for both IPv4 and v6.


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If CISCO forces that in your sig then for one tell them to fuck off and two
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*Sarcasm* but lawyers seem to think it is REALLY important to add that load to email servers, backup servers and storage :). I wonder how much extra storage those simple extra bits/bytes have taken over the years?


Its the reason deduplication makes the storage savings it does :slight_smile:

(A little late but) it's reachable for me -- Funny tho that something at
cisco is IPv6 via a v4<->v6 (2001::slight_smile: :slight_smile:



2001:4800::/29 is owned by Rackspace. It's native all the way from "here" anyway.


Jamie, methinks you are confusing 2002 with 2001....

Jared Mauch

*Has a Rick Perry "Oops." moment*.

Thanks, Jared.

..Again. :slight_smile:


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