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Re: Comcast cablemodems and IPV6
On Thu, Feb 12, 2004 at 10:40:32AM -0500, stan wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 12, 2004 at 09:12:43AM -0600, robert wrote:
> > That dosent really make any sense. Comcast must have implemented
> > Something to still deliver ipv4 content/traffic to an ipv6 enduser.
> I'm _assuming_ that these reports are of getting _both_ an IPV4, _and_ a
> IPV6 address. Nothing else would (as you say) make sense.
> Since OpenBSD by default enables IPV6, I was really wondering if anyone hre
> had seen an IPV6 address assigned?
OpenBSD doesn't assign by default global unicast IPv6 address.
Maybe if you provided link to those Debian posting it would help.
Comcast, they use PPPoE? Cause I don't think you will get an IPv6
address via DHCP on OpenBSD and rtsol (an IPv6 auto-configuration
method) is definitivly disabled by default on OpenBSD.
Are you shure those Linux user are not just setting up 6to4 (2002::/48)
auto ipv4 tunneling?
> "They that would give up essential liberty for temporary safety deserve
> neither liberty nor safety."
> -- Benjamin Franklin
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