Track our Current IPv6 Status
|Service Name||IPv6 Status|
||Peering and routing is enabled with all of our backbone peers and some of our local peers. Local peers will be enabled as they are capable.
|XMission Network - 6to4 Tunnel
||6to4 tunnel is available for anyone to use on the XMission network.
|| http://xmission.com is IPv6 capable.
||The shell server at shell.xmission.com is IPv6 capable.
||The mirrors server at mirrors.xmission.com has IPv6 capable http, ftp, and rsync services.
||UTOPIA DHCP clients are IPv6 capable, but untested. We require a customer with an IPv6 capable router who is willing to work with us on testing this.
||UTOPIA PPPoE is not IPv6 capable. These connections need to be migrated to our Juniper MX240 and will be done so by request.
||DSL is currently not IPv6 capable. DSL PPPoE and PPPoA customers need to be migrated to our Juniper MX240. Juniper MX240 migration is targeted for October, upon request.
||IPv6 recursion servers at 2607:fa18::1 and 2607:fa18::2. Authoritative servers ns, ns1, ns3 are IPv6 capable.
||Free wireless services and wireless backhaul are currently not IPv6 capable due to CPE incompatibility.
||IPv6 is available to colocation customers.
||MOE is IPv6 capable now.
||The IP identifier at http://ip.xmission.com is IPv6 capable.
|| http://speedtest.xmission.com is IPv6 capable.
||The iperf bandwidth tester at iperf.xmission.com is IPv6 capable.