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RE: IPv6 on SOHO routers?
Joel: Besides the CM and CMTS itself, can the CPE attached to the CM use IPv6 if the CMTS has the right code to handle IPv6-based DHCP relay? To be clear, even if the CMTS doesn't have DOCSIS 3.0 support? Standing from a distance, I don't see why IPv6 on the routing piece of the CMTS has to require a DOCSIS 3.0 blade and/or CM. Regards, Frank -----Original Message----- From: Joel Jaeggli [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2008 8:48 AM To: Mark Newton Cc: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected] Subject: Re: IPv6 on SOHO routers? Mark Newton wrote: > Those of us who use ADSL or (heaven forbid) Cable are kinda out of luck. > I haven't yet found ADSL2+ CPE that does IPv6 over PPPoE or PPPoA out > of the box. Any cablelebs certified docsis 3.0 CM or CMTS supports ipv6. Your cable provider will have to upgrade their CMTS (line card swap) before you can leverage it directly on the cable in a consumer environment. DSL aggregation routers are challenge where again equipment lifecycle plays in to whether you're in a position to deploy. > (Billion in Taiwan has a device which they've stamped an "IPv6 Ready" > sticker onto, but the IPv6 version of the software hasn't left the > confines of their lab yet) > > As far as I've been able to determine, IPv6 SOHO CPE is largely > vaporware right now. And lets not even get started on residential > grade CPE, that doesn't even appear to be on most vendors' radar > _at all_. If anything useful is going to happen in this space, > my guess is that it'll be with custom Linux firmware running on > a LinkSys blob with no vendor support. > > > - mark > > > -- > Mark Newton Email: > [email protected] (W) > Network Engineer Email: > [email protected] (H) > Internode Systems Pty Ltd Desk: +61-8-82282999 > "Network Man" - Anagram of "Mark Newton" Mobile: +61-416-202-223 > > > > >