I asked my home DSL provider when they will support IPv6. I asked them to answer me via e-mail. This was last week.
Today I got a call on my mobile: “Sorry we don’t support IPv6. And it’s a problem with your hardware not a problem with our services. If your hardware supports IPv6 you can use it. But there will be no support for it.”
* [A] Search for a new provider
Nice overview: Greg’s Cable Map.
Note to self: It is always a good idea to remember what you have changed and when you changed it. It save a lot of time for troubleshooting. Only change one thing a time. Check the results immediately. And don’t do changes on Fridays or a short time before head home from work.
NX-OS is almost like IOS. Cisco provides a good comparison between the two command sets
I found this guide quite useful when I had to connect some HP ProCurve Switches to a Cisco Switch recently.
Finding out which IOS version on your network is affected by a Cisco security advisory can be a tedious.
I just came across a tool making the Job much easier:
Cisco IOS Software Checker.