Tag Archives: ipv6

ISPs: raw speed vs. connectivity

I chose my current ISP on one criteria only: speed, especially upload speed. It’s Numericable fake fiber, i.e. fiber to the building. I really don’t care about the so-called “100 mega” download speed, but the upload speeds are at least 5 fives higher than standard DSL. However, you don’t get access to the Internet. Dynamic […]

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I see dancing turtles

I did my part. Both client-side and server-side. Did you? While most of my services are now available over IPv6, they were available before but with no public announcement (i.e. no AAAA entry). The only missing one is XMPP with Prosody, which will have to wait for 0.9.0. It seems most registrars still don’t support […]

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