IPv4 Anycast?

> 192.88.99.0/24, 2002::/16, and 2001::/32 are some
> notable examples of heterogeneous origin AS.

And those prefixes (6to4 & Teredo) all come with annoying problems as
one never knows which relay is really being used and it is hard to debug
how the packets really flow.

I agree entirely.

As a one of 6to4 relay operator (AS38646), I believe coordination among
6to4 and Teredo operators is needed.

Does anyone know is there any operators group who are using
192.88.99.0/24, 2002::/16, and 2001::/32?

Shin SHIRAHATA wrote:

192.88.99.0/24, 2002::/16, and 2001::/32 are some
notable examples of heterogeneous origin AS.

And those prefixes (6to4 & Teredo) all come with annoying problems as
one never knows which relay is really being used and it is hard to debug
how the packets really flow.

I agree entirely.

As a one of 6to4 relay operator (AS38646), I believe coordination among
6to4 and Teredo operators is needed.

Does anyone know is there any operators group who are using
192.88.99.0/24, 2002::/16, and 2001::/32?

See http://lists.cluenet.de/pipermail/ipv6-ops/

Next to that: whois -h whois.ripe.net RFC3068-MNT
that at at least should give you all the European 6to4 operators directly.

Greets,
Jeroen
  (RPSL is a nice thing isn't it :wink:

Shin SHIRAHATA wrote:
>>> 192.88.99.0/24, 2002::/16, and 2001::/32 are some
>>> notable examples of heterogeneous origin AS.
>> And those prefixes (6to4 & Teredo) all come with annoying problems as
>> one never knows which relay is really being used and it is hard to debug
>> how the packets really flow.
>
> I agree entirely.
>
> As a one of 6to4 relay operator (AS38646), I believe coordination among
> 6to4 and Teredo operators is needed.
>
> Does anyone know is there any operators group who are using
> 192.88.99.0/24, 2002::/16, and 2001::/32?

See http://lists.cluenet.de/pipermail/ipv6-ops/

Next to that: whois -h whois.ripe.net RFC3068-MNT
that at at least should give you all the European 6to4 operators directly.

Thank you for you information :slight_smile:

RFC3068-MNT is very interesting. Can non-Europian operator register
this mainter object? If not, similar system in other region?

Cheers,
Shin