Fri, 11 Jul 2008


Some time ago I complained about IPv6 adoption. It looks like at least some people are actually using IPv6.
I subscribed to a FreeBSD mailing list (for no good reason) and noticed the following in my postfix logs:

Jul 11 01:39:24 mars postfix/smtpd[4828]: connect from[2001:4f8:fff6::35]
Jul 11 01:39:25 mars postfix/smtpd[4828]: 4C82F1C09A:[2001:4f8:fff6::35]
Jul 11 01:39:25 mars postfix/cleanup[4831]: 4C82F1C09A: message-id=<>
Jul 11 01:39:25 mars postfix/smtpd[4828]: disconnect from[2001:4f8:fff6::35]
Jul 11 01:39:25 mars postfix/qmgr[30558]: 4C82F1C09A: from=<>, size=3884, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
Jul 11 01:39:27 mars postfix/smtp[4832]: 4C82F1C09A: to=<>,[2001:5c0:9675::7]:25, delay=1.7, delays=0.23/0.01/0.77/0.7, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (250 2.0.0 Ok: queued as B99081D7A5)
Jul 11 01:39:27 mars postfix/qmgr[30558]: 4C82F1C09A: removed

posted at: 01:46 | path: / | [ 1 comments ]

Posted by Philip Paeps at Mon Jul 28 13:14:28 2008

[I forgot I was going to look for your blog ;-)]

Yes - FreeBSD has been IPv6-reachable since the beginning of this year or so.  It works. :)

Welcome to -current. :-P





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