[LAC-TF] Fwd: best practices for management nets in IPv6

Arturo Servin aservin at lacnic.net
Sun Jul 24 19:27:50 BRT 2011

	Me dejaste confundido. Cual es el uso?

	Por lo que entiendo es como un ip6.arpa o me equivoco?


On 24 Jul 2011, at 06:18, Alejandro Acosta wrote:

> Hola todos,
> En la lista de Nanog apareció este post donde hablan sobre
> ipv6-literal.net..., puede ser interesante.
> Para los que no lo conocian (me incluyo) aqui les va.
> Saludos,
> Alejandro,
> P.D. Suerte hoy a los Uruguayos y Paraguayos de la lista
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Paul Ebersman <list-nanog2 at dragon.net>
> Date: Sat, Jul 23, 2011 at 11:14 AM
> Subject: Re: best practices for management nets in IPv6
> To: nanog at nanog.org
> Cc: Ryan Finnesey <ryan.finnesey at harrierinvestments.com>
> ryan> We keep running into problem with our IPv6 roll out.  I just
> ryan> confirmed today that Exchange does not fully support IPv6
> [...]
> ryan> Yes sorry Exchange 2010 - OCS, Lync, Exchange UM - these require
> ryan> IPv4
> It's a hack (but all ipv6 transition stuff is...) but have you tried
> using ipv6-literal.net for the apps that don't work with ipv6 yet?
> #
> Support for ipv6-literal.net Names
> Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 support the use of
> IPv6Address.ivp6-literal.net names. An ipv6-literal.net name can be used
> in services or applications that do not recognize the syntax of normal
> IPv6 addresses.
> To specify an IPv6 address within the ipv6-literal.net name, convert the
> colons (:) in the address to dashes (-). For example, for the IPv6
> address 2001:db8:28:3:f98a:5b31:67b7:67ef, the corresponding
> ipv6-literal.net name is
> 2001-db8-28-3-f98a-5b31-67b7-67ef.ipv6-literal.net. To specify a zone ID
> (also known as a scope ID), replace the "%" used to separate the IPv6
> address from the zone ID with an "s". For example to specify the
> destination fe80::218:8bff:fe17:a226%4, the name is
> fe80--218-8bff-fe17-a226s4.ipv6-literal.net.
> You can use an ipv6-literal.net name in the computer name part of a
> Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path. For example, to specify the Docs
> share of the computer with the IPv6 address of
> 2001:db8:28:3:f98a:5b31:67b7:67ef, use the UNC path
> \\2001-db8-28-3-f98a-5b31-67b7-67ef.ipv6-literal.net\docs.
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