[jdev] [Fwd: IPv6 @ IETF-71, especially Jabber]
mikemendel at gmail.com
Sat Mar 1 10:47:48 CST 2008
i'm interested to know if there is any Flash based (Action Script 3) client
code for FreeSwitch?
it will be wonderfull if i could see working code to run via flash/flex
On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 7:20 PM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>
> Of interest regarding the IETF's experiment of allowing IPv6-only
> connections during part of its upcoming meeting.
> -------- Original Message --------
> From: Iljitsch van Beijnum <iljitsch at muada.com>
> To: IETF discussion list <ietf at ietf.org>
> Subject: IPv6 @ IETF-71, especially Jabber
> Date: Fri, 29 Feb 2008 15:34:41 +0100
> What's going on with the preparations to turn off IPv4 at IETF-71?
> It's been really quiet surrounding that topic since the initial
> Because I've had an IPv6 mail server for years and a WWW proxy that
> allows IPv6-only hosts to get access to the IPv4 web is fairly trivial
> to set up (tip for XP users: XP can't do DNS lookups over IPv6, use
> Firefox and configure it with the IPv6 address of the proxy), my
> preperation for this has been mostly getting Jabber to work over IPv6.
> A while ago I managed to find a public Jabber server that is reachable
> over IPv6 (amessage.de with some other domains pointing to the same
> server). Unfortunately, the client I generally use, Apple's iChat,
> does support Jabber over IPv6 when there is IPv4 connectivity, but
> when the system has no IPv4 address it says that "you're not connected
> to the internet" and doesn't try to connect over IPv6. Recently I
> thought this was fixed but it turned out that the Parallels Desktop
> virtualization enviroment sets up a bunch of virtual interfaces with
> private addresses, which is enough for iChat to work over IPv6.
> Anyway, I started looking for Jabber clients that support IPv6. Most
> don't, but there are so many Jabber clients that there is actually a
> choice of ones that do. Unfortunately, none of them could connect to
> the jabber.ietf.org rooms. I first thought this was because of the
> clients, so I didn't keep a list of clients that support IPv6. But it
> turned out that this is a problem with my iljitsch at amessage.nl
> account on the amessage.de server, which doesn't seem IPv6-related.
> So... does anyone know a place to obtain a Jabber account that's
> usable over IPv6? I assumed psg.com would be a good candidate, but
> even though psg.com has a AAAA record, jabber.psg.com doesn't.
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