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Re: When IPv6 ... if ever?
[email protected] wrote: > > If I charge a customer more for IPv6 connectivity than for IPv4 > connectivity, to offset the costs of dealing with ships-in-the-night > routing (deploying it, training everyone to understand it), do you > think my entire customer base is going to transition over to IPv6? > > Ask yourself, as an ISP, how much more you are willing to pay your > transit providers for IPv4 + IPv6 transit, and how you are going > to get the money for that and for the deployment/retraining costs. > > Then ask yourself, as an ISP, what benefit you get from IPv6. > > My answers: not a chance, none, and zero, respectively. > > Sean. Now we're hitting the nail on the head. Well said Doran !! dave