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ipv6 @ sprint, somebody home?
<[email protected]>: host kay.sprintlink.net[18.104.22.168] said: 553 5.3.0 <[email protected]>... User Unknown (in reply to RCPT TO command) It's must be 6/6/6 that it ain't working. I guess they are scared that IPv6 might scare their fisherprice routers ;) Anybody a *working* contact so that they can also be nicely reminded of the fact that the 6bone has come to an end and that they should nicely ask their "paying customers" to stop announcing 6bone space? http://www.sixxs.net/tools/grh/lg/?=prefix&find=3ffe::/16 And http://www.sprintv6.net/ doesn't contain any contact info before you say "google" it. Then again the following url clearly shows their 'interrest' http://www.sprintv6.net/aspath/bgp-page-complete.html Last change on the tree detected on Sun DEC 11 2005, h.22:50 Fisherprice, fisherprice.... </sarcastic mode> Greets, Jeroen -- Just in case, yes [email protected] is whois 3ffe:2900::/24 : ipv6-site: SPRINT origin: AS6175 descr: SprintLink 6bone Reston, VA, US country: US prefix: 3FFE:2900::/24 ... contact: RJR2-6BONE remarks: This object is automatically converted from the RIPE181 registry notify: [email protected] changed: [email protected] 20010117 changed: [email protected] 20010423 changed: [email protected] 20020925 source: 6BONE And no I am not mailing their ipv6-support addy which doesn't respond ;) PS: Happy Slayer Day: http://www.nationaldayofslayer.org !!!