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Ryan Hunt-3
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First, thanks to everyone who peered w/me, had no idea I'd get as many
responses and so quickly. Neat community here.

Anyhow, I dug through all the SKS servers I could find and found a total
of 5 (including myself) Syncing KeyServers that support IPv6. I put all
those servers into a pool and setup my monitoring software to keep an
eye on them encase a server disappears, allowing me to ensure the pool
only contains active hosts.

the address for this IPv6 only pool is: x-hks://pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net

pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:470:1f05:429:420:420:420:420
pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:5c0:8a8a:40::51
pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:638:204:10::2:1
pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:738:0:1:209:6bff:fe8c:845a
pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:1418:1d7:1::1

I'll check every few months to see if any new IPv6 supported keyservers
pop up and add them to the list, feel free to use this pool if you find
it useful.

If you want your server added or removed from this list shoot me an email.

Cheers,
Ryan Hunt
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Re: IPv6 SKS Pool

Kristian Fiskerstrand-4
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Ryan Hunt wrote, On 10/17/2008 07:50 AM:

> First, thanks to everyone who peered w/me, had no idea I'd get as many
> responses and so quickly. Neat community here.
>
> Anyhow, I dug through all the SKS servers I could find and found a total
> of 5 (including myself) Syncing KeyServers that support IPv6. I put all
> those servers into a pool and setup my monitoring software to keep an
> eye on them encase a server disappears, allowing me to ensure the pool
> only contains active hosts.
>
> the address for this IPv6 only pool is: x-hks://pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net
>
> pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:470:1f05:429:420:420:420:420
> pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:5c0:8a8a:40::51
> pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:638:204:10::2:1
> pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:738:0:1:209:6bff:fe8c:845a
> pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:1418:1d7:1::1
>
> I'll check every few months to see if any new IPv6 supported keyservers
> pop up and add them to the list, feel free to use this pool if you find
> it useful.
>
> If you want your server added or removed from this list shoot me an email.
>

This is actually not too bad an idea, so I implemented ipv6 to
sks-keyservers.net as well.

the pool is available at x-hkp://ipv6.pool.sks-keyservers.net and uses
the same data as for the original synchronization test, just checks if
the same servers have AAAA records.

in theory this could result in a situation where server responds to ipv4
requests and not ipv6 requests, but for now that seems like an unlikely
issue, which I'll rather counter with blacklist if it happens.

Status is currently BETA on ipv6, so please come with comments. IPv6
support will be added to keys.kfwebs.net and possibly keys2.kfwebs.net
over the next couple of weeks as well.

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Re: Re: IPv6 SKS Pool

Ryan Hunt-3
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Unfortunately there are alot of servers that have AAAA records but are
not listening on IPv6...  I went through the hosts currently in your
pool and all the following were not IPv6 capable....

nayr@noc:~$ telnet 2001:41d0:1:e812:1c:c0ff:fe65:2cd4 11371
Trying 2001:41d0:1:e812:1c:c0ff:fe65:2cd4...
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused

nayr@noc:~$ telnet 2a01:198:200:20a::2 11371
Trying 2a01:198:200:20a::2...
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused

nayr@noc:~$ telnet 2001:610:1108:5011:230:48ff:fe12:2794 11371
Trying 2001:610:1108:5011:230:48ff:fe12:2794...
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused

nayr@noc:~$ telnet 2001:748:100:1::32 11371
Trying 2001:748:100:1::32...
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused

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Kristian Fiskerstrand wrote:

> Ryan Hunt wrote, On 10/17/2008 07:50 AM:
>> First, thanks to everyone who peered w/me, had no idea I'd get as many
>> responses and so quickly. Neat community here.
>
>> Anyhow, I dug through all the SKS servers I could find and found a total
>> of 5 (including myself) Syncing KeyServers that support IPv6. I put all
>> those servers into a pool and setup my monitoring software to keep an
>> eye on them encase a server disappears, allowing me to ensure the pool
>> only contains active hosts.
>
>> the address for this IPv6 only pool is: x-hks://pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net
>
>> pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:470:1f05:429:420:420:420:420
>> pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:5c0:8a8a:40::51
>> pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:638:204:10::2:1
>> pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:738:0:1:209:6bff:fe8c:845a
>> pool.ipv6.keys.nayr.net has IPv6 address 2001:1418:1d7:1::1
>
>> I'll check every few months to see if any new IPv6 supported keyservers
>> pop up and add them to the list, feel free to use this pool if you find
>> it useful.
>
>> If you want your server added or removed from this list shoot me an email.
>
>
> This is actually not too bad an idea, so I implemented ipv6 to
> sks-keyservers.net as well.
>
> the pool is available at x-hkp://ipv6.pool.sks-keyservers.net and uses
> the same data as for the original synchronization test, just checks if
> the same servers have AAAA records.
>
> in theory this could result in a situation where server responds to ipv4
> requests and not ipv6 requests, but for now that seems like an unlikely
> issue, which I'll rather counter with blacklist if it happens.
>
> Status is currently BETA on ipv6, so please come with comments. IPv6
> support will be added to keys.kfwebs.net and possibly keys2.kfwebs.net
> over the next couple of weeks as well.
>

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Re: Re: IPv6 SKS Pool

Johan van Selst
Ryan Hunt wrote:
> nayr@noc:~$ telnet 2001:610:1108:5011:230:48ff:fe12:2794 11371
> Trying 2001:610:1108:5011:230:48ff:fe12:2794...
> telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused

This is an address of my server (keyserver.stack.nl). However the IPv6
address isn't advertised for this hostname (I thought). But I might as
well add it... From this moment on, the keyserver should be reachable on
this IPv6 address as well.


Ciao,
Johan

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Re: IPv6 SKS Pool

Kristian Fiskerstrand-4
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Johan van Selst wrote, On 10/25/2008 06:35 PM:
> Ryan Hunt wrote:
>> nayr@noc:~$ telnet 2001:610:1108:5011:230:48ff:fe12:2794 11371
>> Trying 2001:610:1108:5011:230:48ff:fe12:2794...
>> telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused
>
> This is an address of my server (keyserver.stack.nl). However the IPv6
> address isn't advertised for this hostname (I thought). But I might as
> well add it... From this moment on, the keyserver should be reachable on
> this IPv6 address as well.

mud.stack.nl.           172800  IN      AAAA
2001:610:1108:5011:230:48ff:fe12:2794

is what gets added..

I'll look into implementing some checking for IPv6 up-status as well,
though...


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Re: Re: IPv6 SKS Pool

Kiss Gabor (Bitman)
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> Status is currently BETA on ipv6, so please come with comments. IPv6
> support will be added to keys.kfwebs.net and possibly keys2.kfwebs.net
> over the next couple of weeks as well.

Hi, folks,

I played with IPv6 a bit. This rude patch below allows daemons to listen
on IPv6 sockets too:

--- sks-1.1.0-orig/eventloop.ml     2008-05-29 23:44:00.000000000 +0200
+++ sks-1.1.0/eventloop.ml      2008-10-25 18:02:02.607764916 +0200
@@ -122,9 +122,7 @@
 let create_sock addr =
   try
     let domain =
-      match addr with
-         ADDR_UNIX _ -> PF_UNIX
-       | ADDR_INET (_,_) -> PF_INET in
+        domain_of_sockaddr addr in
     let sock =
       socket ~domain ~kind:SOCK_STREAM ~protocol:0 in
     setsockopt sock SO_REUSEADDR true;

Config file have to contain something like this:

recon_address: ::
hkp_address: ::

So no tricky port redirections or proxy servers needed.

Full IPv6 support requires more work. Especially DNS lookups
have to be rewritten. Unfortunately I "don't speak" Caml at all. :)

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Re: Re: IPv6 SKS Pool

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Kiss Gabor (Bitman) wrote, On 10/26/2008 09:41 AM:
>> Status is currently BETA on ipv6, so please come with comments. IPv6
>> support will be added to keys.kfwebs.net and possibly keys2.kfwebs.net
>> over the next couple of weeks as well.
>

Ok.. I've worked a bit on sks-keyservers.net lately and added some IPv6
checking.

Anyone care to test the ipv6.pool.sks-keyservers.net pool? I also added
IPv6 flag at http://www.sks-keyservers.net/status/

Hopefully it works a bit better now than last time :)

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Re: Re: IPv6 SKS Pool

Kiss Gabor (Bitman)
> Ok.. I've worked a bit on sks-keyservers.net lately and added some IPv6
> checking.
>
> Anyone care to test the ipv6.pool.sks-keyservers.net pool? I also added
> IPv6 flag at http://www.sks-keyservers.net/status/
>
> Hopefully it works a bit better now than last time :)

Folks,

Until SKS has no native IPv6 support you can run this command
in the background:

socat TCP6-LISTEN:hkp,ipv6only=1,reuseaddr,fork \
        TCP4:YOUR.SERVERS.NAME.OR.IPV4.ADDRESS:hkp

This will listen on IPv6 hkp port and redirects incoming TCP connection
to IPv4 port.

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Re: IPv6 SKS Pool

Kristian Fiskerstrand-4
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Gabor Kiss wrote, On 01/31/2009 07:45 PM:

>> Ok.. I've worked a bit on sks-keyservers.net lately and added some IPv6
>> checking.
>>
>> Anyone care to test the ipv6.pool.sks-keyservers.net pool? I also added
>> IPv6 flag at http://www.sks-keyservers.net/status/
>>
>> Hopefully it works a bit better now than last time :)
>
> Folks,
>
> Until SKS has no native IPv6 support you can run this command
> in the background:
>
> socat TCP6-LISTEN:hkp,ipv6only=1,reuseaddr,fork \
> TCP4:YOUR.SERVERS.NAME.OR.IPV4.ADDRESS:hkp
>
> This will listen on IPv6 hkp port and redirects incoming TCP connection
> to IPv4 port.
>
> Gabor
>
>

alternatively
6tunnel -46 -l 2001:16d8:ee30::4 11371 localhost 11371
6tunnel -46 -l 2001:16d8:ee30::4 11370 localhost 11370
 which incidentally is what I use
(ps I had to bind sks to 127.0.0.1 rather than 0.0.0.0)


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Re: Re: IPv6 SKS Pool

Kiss Gabor (Bitman)
> alternatively
> 6tunnel -46 -l 2001:16d8:ee30::4 11371 localhost 11371
> 6tunnel -46 -l 2001:16d8:ee30::4 11370 localhost 11370
>  which incidentally is what I use
> (ps I had to bind sks to 127.0.0.1 rather than 0.0.0.0)

Gee! Why on port 11370 also?
Gossip sessions started by peers come always on IPv4
because SKS daemons are not IPv6 capable. Did I miss something? :-o

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Re: IPv6 SKS Pool

Kristian Fiskerstrand-4
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Gabor Kiss wrote, On 01/31/2009 08:55 PM:

>> alternatively
>> 6tunnel -46 -l 2001:16d8:ee30::4 11371 localhost 11371
>> 6tunnel -46 -l 2001:16d8:ee30::4 11370 localhost 11370
>>  which incidentally is what I use
>> (ps I had to bind sks to 127.0.0.1 rather than 0.0.0.0)
>
> Gee! Why on port 11370 also?
> Gossip sessions started by peers come always on IPv4
> because SKS daemons are not IPv6 capable. Did I miss something? :-o
>
> Gabor
>
>

Thats a valid point :p but it might become at one point while I haven't
updated (*ehrm*) :p

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