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IPv6 Wiki
ICONS IPv6 Wiki

Yes, this site is built in English, but don't let that stop you, even if you're not a native English speaker.

You can use online translation tools to give a rough translation into some languages.

For example: Google Translate, Yahoo Babel Fish, and so forth. Try it out!

This page is intended as a dynamic space where the Internet community can gather various IPv6-related information. The information and links in the APNIC ICONS Wiki IPv6 will be constantly updated.

If you find missing information, or want to contribute content, please let us know! You can email <ipv6@apnic.net>, 'Add Comment', or create a thread through the 'Forum' page.

Welcome To ICONS Wiki

Welcome to the new Wiki pages for ICONS (Internet Community of Online Networking Specialists).

Whether you are a vendor, ISP, user, or regulator, we encourage you to contribute anything interesting that you think may be of benefit to others. You can add comments or bookmarks as well as add and edit pages, or build an RSS feed of your favorite area to make sure you are kept up to date with any changes.

You can browse the existing contents as a guest user, however, to add content to ICONS, you simply need to register as an ICONS member.

Safari Users
Safari users are not currently able to access the Rich Text Editor functionality on the ICONS Wiki. However, they still have full access using Wiki Markup.
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  1. Feb 25, 2009

    oh... just registered the account and said hi.

    not yet explore the site and anyway, i found that this site is far behind of many other sites if you put "ipv6 wiki" in google!!!

    if Google is promoting v6, just ask them if they can promote this site first??! ... 

    1. May 14, 2009

      Yuen-Fung Wong, thanks for your constructive comment!  I think that google has its own

      logic to rank sites so asking them directly may not work. But you are right we will try to promote the site.  Please tell your friends about APNIC's ICONS IPv6 Wiki!  We'd appreciate your help too  

  2. Aug 06, 2010

    The link of the Wiki Markup, posted for Safari users, but useful for all, is incorrect. The right link is:

     http://icons.apnic.net/renderer/notationhelp.action

     Cheers,

    Pablo

    1. Aug 19, 2010

      @Pablo. I have changed the link to point to the correct URL.

      Thanks

      Adam

  3. Aug 14, 2010

    Would you like your IPv4 website immediately (well almost immediately) becomes visible to IPv6 users and do so with

    • No risk,
    • no pain,
    • no disruption,
    • no changes to your content, service provider or equipment?

    Then just use Instant6!

    Instant6 has a no cost, free option and provides you with your very own IPv6 address that is used exclusively to display your IPv4 web site to the global community of IPv6 users.

    You will be supplied with your customised AAAA record to paste into your DNS zone file or settings. There is only one restriction, Instant6 will not display the content of https (port 43) pages.

  4. Aug 30, 2011

    Hi all,

    This is subhash from India. Happy to join in this community. Are there any workshops on IPv6 in India?

    regards
    Subhash