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IPv6 POP for Norway and Sweden

Ipv6 is todays Internet protocol, but sadly a huge number of Internet providers are still calling it the protocol of the future. SCC Networks from Norway has now made a POP available for people in Scandinavia who are connected to Internet Service Providers who fail to comply with technological development. Modern Linux distributions have full support for ipv6 and the protocol has a huge number of great benefits.

SSC Networks has made a very simple sign-up service available where you can get an instant tunnelwith one IPv6 address. This is kind of little compared to a /48 or /64 subnet like the ones other European providers like BT Exact and SixXS deliver, but none of these have points in Norway.

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