On Friday 13 October 2006 15:38, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> You can use 6to4, or SixXS, or a nice ISP, but by some means you need to
> get those machines connected up to the IPv6 internet.
Is there a really simple HOWTO ipv6 anywhere,
to tell me how to move my home system over?
I take it that Sir Anthony is a nice ISP?
(Why else would he get a knighthood?)
Please, only short words.
Directed at Fedora users, naturally.
[I looked at the suggested PowerPoint presentation
but this wasn't simple enough for me, I'm afraid.
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