So I’ve had IPv6 connectivity since September 2007 from my house, initially thanks to SixXS. I last reached out to one of my Service Providers just weeks before SixXS ended service. They continue to not support IPv6, nor have a schedule for supporting IPv6. My other provider has started supporting IPv6 for their home users, but on the business side it would appear to be a bit more difficult to gain connectivity with IPv6. Which reminds me I need to call them again, since their online support tools don’t support business customers. I finally got IPv6 address space on my business connection, unfortunately they hand off a /56 via DHCP-PD but don’t route it. I can toss IPv6 packets at them, but see neighbor solicitations coming back instead of them routing the traffic back to me. Hopefully you can see that I continue to have IPv6 connectivity. This connectivity is published from AS16881 via the LISP-Beta Network. The LISP-Beta Network officially stopped existence in early 2000, but continued to run until October. So currently working on getting IPv6 back via resources available to me.
As a close friend of Mark Serbu I asked him at a Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot to make me the shortest possible AOW, Any Other Weapon in BATF Jargon. The oldest emails I have about this are from August 1997, so it must have been the April shoot that year. The original prototype was built on a Maverick 88, had the spring loaded folding grip, but the action bars would bind, per Mark it required a little English. Mark promised to get me another with improvements, number 300 was a Mossberg 500 that functioned flawlessly. I mention the number 300, because he promised number 100 would be mine if he ever reached that many. As well I have a Remington 870 based one, and a Holster.