rwboyer at mac.com
Fri Jan 27 20:56:39 UTC 2012
Oh also if you would like to relay smtp mail give me a shout right now it's restricted to the IPv6 64 blog that the machine manages - heck if you want an IPv6 address I could give you one and it SHOULD work anywhere you are connected as long as your IP can deal with IPv6
On Jan 27, 2012, at 10:45 AM, Steve Bertrand wrote:
> On 2012.01.26 23:12, Robert Boyer wrote:
>> just an FYI - that VM that you logged into tonight now has verified access via IPv6 from anywhere, is serving up the /64 block to my local devices vi route adverts, has route6d running and appears to work locally (resolves IPv6 name servers from other local machines via dig) nginx is now listing and serving pages via IPv6, and "should" also work have a working IPv6 email server (not tested yet). Shouldn't be a big deal bringing up named and dhcp6 if you want to do that.
> Thanks Robert!
> Is there any chance that I could get some sudo access to be able to install things globally, and if necessary, make certain global config changes?
> I'll be happy to set you up a v6 email server if you wish. Nice to see others interested and knowlegeable about v6. I have about five years experience. I was the 17th entity in Canada to have a v6 prefix advertised into the global IPv6 routing table, and the 1132nd globally :)
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