I've been very interested in getting it for awhile now. I have Comcast, I
own my modem and made sure to get a DOCSIS 3 one, but Comcast is being
really slow about actually rolling it out to residential customers around
here. I hear they use it internally, though.


On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 11:23 AM, Chip Marshall <c...@2bithacker.net> wrote:

> Just curious, but how many people have IPv6 access at home,
> or are interested in getting it? Do you even care if you have
> v6 or not?
>
> If you do have it, native from the ISP, or are you running a
> tunnel?
>
> If you don't have it, would you be interested in learning how to
> set up a tunnel if your ISP doesn't supply it?
>
>
> Personally, I'm on Comcast at home, my cable modem doesn't
> support DOCSIS 3, so I can't get v6 from Comcast yet (assuming
> I'm on one of the nodes that supports it.) I have a FreeBSD box
> acting as my router with a tunnel connected to Hurricane Electric
> for IPv6, just doing SLAAC on the inside for addressing.
>
> --
> Chip Marshall <c...@2bithacker.net>
> http://2bithacker.net/
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