Not sure what to put on it - I could do a load of training material or something.
Needs to be a web site that is set up as IPv6 only though.
Main objective is so that people with IPv4 only links can say to support "I can't get to www.???.co.uk"
After much investigation the support may spot it is IPv6 only and say that is why. But the user then goes on to explain "it's a web site, it is on the Internet, I can get it from home. Is what I buy from you not the *whole* Internet then?"
Ideally some page that is itself not IPv6 centric.
Maybe a signup for some service that is useful.
I'll have to ponder what we can do for that.
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