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speeding up IPv6 implementation with a cake

akaiONE (467100) writes | more than 4 years ago

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akaiONE (467100) writes "Five weeks ago, I was given a link to the picture submitted by American ISP Hurricane Electric (HE) with their cunning plan to solve the IPv6-disconnect in their peering with also American ISP Cogent Co. The technical guys at HE nailed it with baking a cake and bringing it to a NANOG-meeting (The North American Network Operators Group).

Just like the techies at HE, I thought that I could perhaps speed up the IPv6 peering with our upstream providers by sending out a cake. Thus I started my IPv6-implementation speed-up project with the goal of sending out cakes to first, our own upstreams and then encourage others to do the same to get IPv6 implemented in Norway fast. I now ask all of you who provide and service bandwidth to do the same with your peers. Spread the word! Heck, even management people loves cakes!"

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