Re: Comcast has IPv6, when will Debian?
Paul Johnson wrote:
How about a decentralized P2P using IPv6 tunneling? I realize that it is
not a userspace daemon, but it's worth thinking about. I use comcast at
home; maybe I'll have a 6 number soon. If that's the case, then I'm
gonna hammer my providers for 6 on my networks, and go sshd -6 only.
There may be tunneling aspects to take advantage of for VPN. I really
have not thought about it too much.
I've been running Debian and IPv6 for quite some time. It's a function
of the kernel you either compile in or load the module.
Well, of course, I know that. I have it in my kernel, or I wouldn't
have gotten an IPv6 address and known about the change. But what
about userspace daemons?
I'll need to upgrade the firmware in my portmasters for 6, if it's
available. Lots to think about. Lots to do.