Say "Thank you" to Bill...

Iljitsch van Beijnum iljitsch at
Thu Apr 5 12:01:37 CEST 2007

On 27-mrt-2007, at 12:01, Max Tulyev wrote:

> i.e. if at the network to which Mac is connected there is DHCPv6  
> and it
> works - we will see our IPv6 address when visiting for example
> with all Mac's setup by default.

What are you talking about!? Macs don't do DHCPv6.

And I've been running with AAAA records for my websites for years  
now, only had one complaint but this was because of a broken 6to4  
setup on my end.

Also don't underestimate the "GSM brain cancer" effect. If you do  
something new, and someone experiences something bad, they're always  
going to blame the new thing, even if the two are completely  
unrelated. (I.e., people were getting brain cancer before there was  
GSM too.)

Then again, never understimate the trouble a clueless firewall admin  
can cause.

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