As my researches on local v6 activity have more or less drawn a blank
(thanks to the folks who were able to provide info), I've created a list
for people interested in IPv6 in Ireland. It's not intended to provide
configuration assistance or basic stuff that's already covered in
documentation, but more for general discussions of local implementation,
who's doing what, etc.
mail majordomo at cs.tcd.ie
subscribe iev6 (yes, that's iev6 - bad pun which will probably cause lots
of bounces in the future, but hey)
My current situation - got v6 talking locally, routed through one
machine, and even working on Windows 2000.. connection to the wider
world is still via a freenet6 tunnel, but I'm investigating connecting
to the 6bone more permanently.
Computer Science System Administrator, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
mike.knell at cs.tcd.ie -=- http://www.cs.tcd.ie/Mike.Knell/
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