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*[http://aaisp.net.uk/kb-broadband-ipv6-nat64.html NAT64 gateway] (Mapping IPv6 traffic so you can get to IPv4 servers on the Internet.
 
*[http://aaisp.net.uk/kb-broadband-ipv6-nat64.html NAT64 gateway] (Mapping IPv6 traffic so you can get to IPv4 servers on the Internet.
  
See the [IPv6_Configuration] page for more details on hardware and configuration.
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See the [[IPv6_Configuration]] page for more details on hardware and configuration.
  
 
= IPv6 Customer Premises Equipment =
 
= IPv6 Customer Premises Equipment =
 
One hold back with migrating to IPv6 is lack of cheap IPv6 hardware - as in ADSL routers supporting IPv6.
 
One hold back with migrating to IPv6 is lack of cheap IPv6 hardware - as in ADSL routers supporting IPv6.

Revision as of 14:29, 25 January 2011

IPv6 Enabled Servers

Most of the AAISP servers are IPv6 enabled, for example:

  • POP3/IMAP Email servers
  • Webmail servers
  • Incoming SMTP Servers
  • Outgoing SMTP Servers
  • Backup email relay
  • Customer facing DNS Servers
  • Internet Facing DNS Servers
  • Web server
  • Control Pages
  • Accounts system (Billing)
  • NTP Time Server

These servers have been IPv6 enabled for many years, as have the desktop computers in the AAISP Offices.

Currently the VoIP services are IPv4 only.

IPv6 for Customer Connections

Again, we have been providing IPv6 for customer connections (eg ADSL) for many years. either Tunnelled or Native.

Pages with IPv6 information on our main website:

See the IPv6_Configuration page for more details on hardware and configuration.

IPv6 Customer Premises Equipment

One hold back with migrating to IPv6 is lack of cheap IPv6 hardware - as in ADSL routers supporting IPv6.