Secret ipv6 sites…

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If you’re ipv6 enabled, stuff the following into your hosts file and let me know how it goes.

2620:0:330:5::10    www.mozilla.com
2620:0:330:5::11    www.mozilla.org
2620:0:330:5::31    addons.mozilla.org

It might even be faster (since you’re probably the only one using those machines)!

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Categories: Mozilla, Networking

4 responses

  1. Dao wrote on :

    I don’t see a difference. But that’s probably a good sign …

  2. Frédéric Wenzel wrote on :

    Hm. I wonder how I would become IPv6 enabled — the average DSL provider (or university) don’t seem to offer that. :-/

  3. Nathan Ward wrote on :

    @Frédéric Wenzel:
    If you are behind NAT, Teredo. If you are not behind NAT, or you control your router that does NAT in IPv4 and it supports it, use 6to4.

  4. Michal wrote on :

    Doesn’t work. Network is unreachable from 2001:1528:104::/48 as well as from 2002:de9b:f692::/48

    ~$ telnet 2620:0:330:5::11 80
    Trying 2620:0:330:5::11…
    telnet: connect to address 2620:0:330:5::11: Network is unreachable