The Competitive Carriers’ Coalition has damned Telstra for dropping its retail prices, saying that it hasn’t also dropped its wholesale pricing, a complaint some CCC members have had before the ACCC for the last month. Can Telstra really drop retail prices without the same on the wholesale front, or is Telstra having a wholesale rip of its competition?
I'm trying to enable IPv6 since my new ISP (CenturyLink) supports. When I do, however, I am unable to connect to half the websites I visit, even if they're well known and well developed. (Yahoo.com goes down with IPv6 enabled, for example.) I can also connect to some dual-stacked, IPv4-only, and IPv6-only sites without issue, so it seems random on which websites work.
At home, I am connected with an IPv6 address and additionally, my provider provides a NAT-like setup through which I receive a public IPv4 address that I share with other customers (the reason being obviously that we are running low on IPv4 addresses).
As a result, I cannot reach my devices at home (e.g. my VPN gateway) when I am on an IPv4 network.