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42.be (IPv6 only)
14 points by miduilhttp://42.be
throwaway2016a - 28 minutes ago
Well... at the very least I now know my IPv6 actually works.
ams6110 - 21 minutes ago
Server not found, here. Comcast.
Achshar - 20 minutes ago
The site doesn't work. So naturally that means I don't have ipv6
support. What can do to change that or is it entirely upto my
isp?Also how do I get a ipv6 based instance in a host like amazon
or linode etc?
ancarda - 17 minutes ago
If your ISP provides IPv6, then it's up to your router to support
it and hand out an address to your computer. You might be able to
get a firmware update for it, or use a good third-party one. Your
OS almost certainly supports IPv6 already, it just needs
access.If your ISP doesn't provide IPv6 at all, then aside from
switching ISPs, you can try getting a tunnel from a service like
https://tunnelbroker.net/ (Hurricane Electric), although I've
never used that service, only SixXS when it was around.Who's your
Achshar - 13 minutes ago
Yeah feared as much. Don't think my isp is going to roll out
ipv6 anytime soon (government owned, stuck in ie6 age isp,
miduil - 1 hours ago
> The image above is build-up of 1000 different images. Each image
has its own ipv6 address.archive.is mirror, in case you don't have
IPv6 yet (interestingly, archive.org fails to mirror this
mrkrabo - 40 minutes ago
IPv6, that mythological creature.
ancarda - 40 minutes ago
3 (IPv6 only) sites and counting: http://loopsofzen.co.uk/
http://42.be/ https://ct.filippo.io/ One of these days I'll
get round to fixing my LAN to support IPv6.Edit: I forgot about
ct.filippo.io -- we're up to 3 IPv6 only websites now!