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Posted 20 March 2012 - 02:33 PM
We first tried offering IPv6 support back in June 2011 - it wasnt the greatest test, we got it working a bit late for IPv6 day, and it broke about a day later, but not bad for a test site run off an ADSL line we think.
In Nov 11 2011 we got our act together and put the main site and forum on IPv6. That was using cloudflare to provide a IPv6 to IPv4 proxy. We had some minor issues with our forum, but we got it fixed.
Now in 2012 we've got our downloads going via a 6 to 4 proxy, and our main site is native IPv6, and this time we're 3 months early for IPv6 day.
Posted 26 September 2012 - 10:23 AM
Our new forum software supports IPv6 fully (the old version was running with a hack), and just last week our downloads server got its v6 allocation. First step will be moving the backhaul links to v6, then we'll get the httpd serving the downloads on v6 as well, at that point we will be 100% on native IPv6 - thats all servers, all software, everything.
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