[colug-432] IPv6: ... Time Warner

Jim Wildman jim at rossberry.com
Tue Jan 5 13:08:40 EST 2016

As I roam around the country and find ipv6 enabled, the 2 biggest issues
I still see are incorrect (or no) default gateway being advertised and DNS
servers not returning ipv6 addresses.  Easy to get around, but irritating.
Sort of means someone hit the check box to enable but didn't really set
it up.

On Mon, 4 Jan 2016, William Yang wrote:

> Even though I tunnel IPv6 with a broker, I recently discovered that my pfSense firewall also picks up an IPv6 (/128) address within
> a /64 on the TCW interface, and I can ping other devices in that /64...
>     -Bill
> On 2016-01-04 14:32, Vince Herried wrote:
>       Enjoyed reading the article and watching the video on Vint.
> I just pestered Time Warner  (TW)  about their plans.
> I had IPV6 last year for a month or so and was able to confirm the setup of ssh to my web server.
> Then TW shut it off.
> The rep claims they plan on rolling it out ( again ) in 2016.
> I didn't press my luck and ask if they were using a carrier grade nat.
> --
> Vince
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Jim Wildman, CISSP, RHCE       jim at rossberry.com http://www.rossberry.net
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Thomas Paine

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