Today is World IPv6 Day where a lot of major websites like Google or Facebook finally support IPv6 access for everyone. Unfortunately they plan to turn IPv6 access off tomorrow. 🙁
Well, this blog supports IPv6 since its creation. And I don’t have any plans to turn IPv6 access off. Oh, before I forget. Some people hid easter eggs in their IPv6 address:
> host -t aaaa www.facebook.com.
www.facebook.com has IPv6 address 2620::1c18:0:face:b00c:0:1
> host -t aaaa www.cisco.com.
www.cisco.com has IPv6 address 2001:420:80:1:c:15c0:d06:f00d