I've hooked one of my laptop's terminals up to the net, so anyone with IPv6 can telnet in and see it.

I've long wanted to be able to broadcast my terminal sessions on occasions when it makes sense. Like when I'm fixing someone's bug, or closely collaborating with someone distant.

I am also interested in finding things to host on IPv6. Right now, that means only people who care will be able to access it. So it seems the trick is to find places where that is a benefit. I plan to keep an eye out for more things like this.

(A side benefit of using IPv6 is that it makes it easier to serve content from my laptop, that moves from network to network.)

So, tune in to my termcast!


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traceroute to gnu.kitenet.net (2001:4978:f:21a::2), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
 1  2a01:e0b:1:24::1 (2a01:e0b:1:24::1)  0.323 ms * *
 2  th2-crs16-1-be1503-p.intf.routers.proxad.net (2a01:e00:2:6::1)  1.209 ms  1.293 ms  1.291 ms
 3  2a01:5d8:e000:0:1:403:0:2 (2a01:5d8:e000:0:1:403:0:2)  10.546 ms  10.624 ms  10.691 ms
 4  2a01:5d8:e000:0:402:403:0:1 (2a01:5d8:e000:0:402:403:0:1)  16.955 ms * *
 5  ams-ix.he.net (2001:7f8:1::a500:6939:1)  16.966 ms  17.018 ms  17.181 ms
 6  10g-1-4.core1.lon1.ipv6.he.net (2001:470:0:3f::1)  17.444 ms  16.820 ms  17.002 ms
 7  10g-2-3.core1.ny4.ipv6.he.net (2001:470:0:3e::1)  91.458 ms  91.373 ms  91.560 ms
 8  10g-1-2.core1.chi1.ipv6.he.net (2001:470:0:4e::1)  113.327 ms  113.344 ms  113.256 ms
 9  2001:470:0:7f::2 (2001:470:0:7f::2)  114.795 ms  114.868 ms  114.612 ms
10  sixxs.cx01.chi.bb6.your.org (2001:4978:1:400:202:b3ff:feb4:59cb)  114.751 ms !N  114.565 ms !N  114.739 ms !N

Hmpf, dammit, could have been fun to watch :)

Comment by jcorbier [myopenid.com]