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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

I installed aiccu for IPv6 on my Fedora 13 System

I installed aiccu on my Fedora 13 System. Don't remember why now:) But, this is what it is for...

aiccu automatically gives one IPv6 connectivity without having to manually configure interfaces etc. One does need a SixXS account and at least a tunnel. These can be freely & gratis requested from the SixXS website. For more information about SixXS check

SixXS - IPv6 Deployment & Tunnel Broker

SixXS (Six Access) is a free, non-profit, non-cost service for Local Internet Registries (LIR's) and endusers. The main target is to create a common portal to help company engineers find their way with IPv6 networks deploying IPv6 to their customers in a rapid and controllable fashion. To reach these targets we are providing a whitelabel IPv6 Tunnel Broker and Ghost Route Hunter, an IPv6 route monitoring tool and various other services to help out where needed.

SixXS offers the RIPE, ARIN, APNIC, LacNIC and AfriNIC  communities pre-production deployment expertise based on the experience gathered while running the IPng IPv6 tunnel broker since 1999 combined with its successor, SixXS, totaling in more than 10 years of massive experience.

Most of the PoP's are publicly available and provide free IPv6 connectivity to endusers allowing them to enjoy quality IPv6 connectivity. 10 Easy Steps to IPv6 describes how to quickly get going with IPv6.

SixXS also aims to keep the IPv6 routing system stable and clean making sure that users experience a quality IPv6 internet. To assure this we provide Latency monitoring and the so called Ghost Route Hunter (GRH) service which determines the anomalies in the IPv6 routing tables. Full public statistics for this project are available from the Misc/Tools page.

Go there...

SixXS - IPv6 Deployment & Tunnel Broker
SixXS - IPv6 Deployment & Tunnel Broker :: Main
SixXS - IPv6 Deployment & Tunnel Broker :: Cool IPv6 Stuff
SixXS - IPv6 Deployment & Tunnel Broker :: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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