IPv6 for Fedora services?
tristan.santore at internexusconnect.net
Thu Aug 27 05:06:45 UTC 2009
I think the key issue is to get anything going. Anything is better than
nothing. When other providers roll IPv6 PAs out, then those locations
can be enabled, when available.
Of course there would also be the 6to4 option. Might also be smart, to
check if those providers offer a 6to4 gateway, then 6to4 tunneling,
could be used in the interim.
On 27/08/09 06:01, Matt Domsch wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 05:11:37PM -0500, Matt Domsch wrote:
>> On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 06:17:44AM +0100, David JM Emmett wrote:
>>> That is why ip6tables exists ;)
>> Here's a proposed ip6tables-template.conf.erb.
> I committed a slightly different template to puppet/staging that I
> built on an EL-5 box. EL-5 doesn't have ip6tables conntrack, so -m
> state functions won't work there.
> I've done some more digging, and posted my findings on 
> specifically that our torrent tracker doesn't support IPv6, though the
> VM is on a machine that has a global IPv6 address. I've started
> looking at building opentracker, which is under a beerware license (so
> acceptable). It requires libowfat, which in Fedora is built against
> dietlibc. Neither libowfat nor dietlibc are built on EL-5. I've
> reached out to the mainainers of these to see if they will branch, or
> if we can build libowfat for EL-5 against glibc.
> At the moment, hosts and VMs housed at iBiblio can be reached via IPv6
> global addresses natively. No word from Telia yet, though some people
> here think they're capable, but our VMs there aren't getting addresses
> automatically assigned. OSUOSL has plans in the works and hope to
> have something within a few months. BU is about a year away from
> production use. Our other kind hosting facilities have no plans at
> this time.
> With what we have at iBiblio, we could enable ns2, proxy4, and
> torrent1 pretty easily.
>  http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/IPv6
>  http://erdgeist.org/arts/software/opentracker/
Tristan Santore BSc MBCS
Network and Infrastructure Operations
Tristan.Santore at internexusconnect.net
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TSantore at fedoraproject.org
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