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Thread: IPv6 Questions

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2010

    IPv6 Questions

    1. Can IPv6 be used for mailing from server to other IPS (Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, etc)? If not, when will this generally be available and implemented by major ISPs? I heard residential customers do not have IPv6 at all yet, at least not in USA.

    2. How does IPv6 numbering work in comparison to IPv4? For example, what is the IPv6 equivalent to a /24 C class?

    3. Is anyone reading this thread using IPv6 yet? If yes, what are you using it for and what is your experience so far?

    Does Centos 5.6 support IPv6?

    Does anyone have to use the bathroom before we leave?

    Thanks for reading this.

  2. #2
    Yes, now all distributions were support ipv6.
    Ipv6 is 128 bit.
    /96 have ~ 4.300.000.000 IPs
    /64 have ~ IPs
    /24 - calculating...

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    1. gmail only - if they use gmail's web interface there's no difference
    2. not really an equiv
    3. yes. production ready, has been for years

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