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Re: new IPv6-accessable debian mirror

	I may also be able to try and see if I can setup a machine on
my office's network that could be accessible via IPv6 (and possibly I2
but can't make any commitment to that)... We have a full sTLA allocation
and we're working to setup mirrors of other open-source OSes we use so I
may be able to get approval for this...


On Sat, Jul 27, 2002 at 12:52:15PM -0400, Noah Meyerhans wrote:
> debian.ipv6.lcs.mit.edu is available for both FTP and HTTP access.
> Since we are on the Internet2 and tunnel IPv6 to another Internet2 site
> (MERIT), you should see very good IPv6 connectivity to us if you're also
> on it.
> Please try it out.  It's intended to be production quality to the extent
> allowed by the software it's running, and I'd appreciate hearing about
> any problems.
> It also is publically available via IPv4 on at debian.lcs.mit.edu.  Feel
> free to use it if you have good connectivity to it.
> Enjoy.
> noah
> -- 
> Noah Meyerhans
> Computer Resource Services, MIT Laboratory for Computer Science

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