You can use IPv6 in w2k, I used it during several years and had no major
Detailed instructions for all the platforms available at:
De: JW Atwood <bill(_at_)cse(_dot_)concordia(_dot_)ca>
Organización: Concordia University, Department of Computer Science and
Responder a: <ietf-bounces(_at_)ietf(_dot_)org>
Fecha: Fri, 14 Dec 2007 21:00:06 -0500
Asunto: Re: IPv4 Outage Planned for IETF 71 Plenary
As a poor sod who is still running Win2K Pro on his laptop, I hope that
these helpful hints will provide (different) instructions for the
Windows variants: Win2K, XP, and Vista. (This assumes, of course, that
Win2K is capable of running IPv6 at all, which I am not sure of, having
never tried it.)
I have wanted to "try" IPv6 for some while. Thank you for providing
this motivation to "get ready".
IETF Chair wrote:
How dark is the IPv6 Internet? Let's find out.
During the IESG/IAOC Plenary at IETF 71, we are going to turn off IPv4
support on the IETF network for 30 to 60 minutes. We will encourage the
audience to use the Internet and determine which services that they have
come to take for granted remain available.
If you are from a service provider, we encourage you to make your service
a bright spot on the IPv6 Internet.
To facilitate this experiment, a URL with instructions on how to get IPv6
running on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and so on. Some information will
also be available for a 4-to-6 tunnel.
We will ask everyone to list things that work and things that do not. The
results will be part of the proceedings for the plenary session.
We will make more information about the structuring of this activity over
the next few weeks. Please do whatever you can to make ready ...
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