Goscomb Technologies has built a solid IPv6 infrastructure by using the Juniper Networks Dual Stack. Our network is 100% IPv6 enabled and native IPv6 is available on the majority of our products. Goscomb Technologies also operates one of the SIXXS PoPs as part of our community project programme.
For a general overview of IPv6 please see the general information page.
We are able to supply IPv4 and IPv6 transit over the same physical connection (dual-stack) in either static or dynamically routed form. If you do not have your own IPv6 allocation from an RIR, we can assign you a /48 from our address space.
All DSL connections support native IPv6 and a single IPv6 address (/128) will be assigned to your router automatically, should support be enabled. Should you require a subnet for use over your DSL, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and request one; we will allocate a /48 of space to you.
Should you require equipment for this, we can recommend and/or supply this for you (configurations included). Most consumer level DSL routers do NOT support IPv6 at this time.
For each IPv4 address you have on a shared subnet, a /96 of IPv6 is available for use on your server, as part of a /64 network. The addresses allocated to you are built on the IPv4 address and prepended with the prefix appropriate to the VLAN on which your IPv4 space terminates. Should you require more space to be routed to your machine (e.g. for tunneling etc) we can allocate a /48 of space and route this to an address on your /96.
There is a tool available to create your IPv6 addressing from:
By default we will assign a /64 of space to your VLAN and set up RAs. Should you require more space to be routed to your machine (for tunneling, etc) we can allocate a /48 of space and route this to an address on your /64.
We provide 2 IPv6 recursive DNS addresses, provided over our internal anycast infrastructure. These are: