6bone testbed for deployment of IPv6  28  October 2004                    now at in IPv4 and IPv6

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6bone Phaseout [RFC 3701] (NEW)    e.f.f.3.ip6.arpa delegation [RFC 3681] (NEW)

About the 6bone   How to join the 6bone Read this first

6bone mail list

Tom Lohdan's IPv6 Info/Links

6bone Participating Countries

Other IPv6 sites

IETF IPv6 WG IPv6 standards info

IETF v6ops WG Pv6 operations info

IPv6 Operational Experience with the 6bone [TILAB]

6bone Registry Documentation


6bone Registry Query/Create/Update/Delete (Hexago)

6bone Mirror Registry Query (Hexago)

6bone Resources Site (Lancs)   Recent registry changes

6bone Registry Home Page at Nokia

6bone backbone diagram (Lancs)

6bone backbone diagram (NTUA)

"6to4" Information

Automatic Tunnels & /48's  from FREENET6.NET

6bone Statistics         6bone Tools

6bone Routing Practice (RFC 2772)

TILAB 6bone Odd Routes Report

TILAB 6bone Routing Status

Production subTLA Allocations (RIPE-NCC)

6bone pTLA List                 Ghost Buster pTLA Availability List

Requesting IPv6 Address Blocks:   APNIC   ARIN   RIPE-NCC   LACNIC

Requesting pTLA's

About various IPv6 implementations

Linux IPv6 Info (Peter Bieringer)

IPv6 Address Assignment & Allocation Policy APNIC/ARIN/RIPE-NCC/LACNIC 6bone pTLA/pNLA Formats [RFC 2921]

The 6bone is an IPv6 testbed to assist in the evolution and deployment of IPv6, the next generation Internet network layer IP protocol often referred to as IPng (see the "Case for IPv6"). These pages provide overview and operational information about the 6bone, and tell you how to join the 6bone. The 6bone operates under the IPv6 Testing Address Allocation of Experimental RFC 2471, allocated by the IPv6 effort of the IETF.

[Questions?:  please contact Bob Fink]