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Re: IPv6 news

  • From: Fred Baker
  • Date: Wed Oct 12 19:55:45 2005
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I am told that some of the access providers are starting to deploy in the US, or at least that's what they tell us. Macs and Linux come with v6 enabled, and Longhorn will as well. So with any luck we will squeak through this one.

On Oct 12, 2005, at 12:13 PM, Randy Bush wrote:

four years from now, when marissa can't get v4 space from an
rir/lir and so gets v6 space, she will not be able to use 99%
of the internet because no significant number of v4 end hosts
will have bothered to be v6 enabled because there was no
perceived market for it.