On killing IPv6 transition mechanisms

Ivan Shmakov ivan at main.uusia.org
Sun Mar 14 13:23:13 CET 2010

>>>>> Ole Troan <otroan at employees.org> writes:

 >> I wonder, how no connectivity could be better than some?

 > because content providers measure the difference between IPv4 and
 > IPv6 behaviour for dual stack hosts. if the number of hosts with
 > broken IPv6 connectivity or with significantly worse latency than
 > IPv4, they will not enable IPv6.

 > to put it bluntly: if you don't get IPv6 from your SP, then don't
 > bother. you are doing more harm to IPv6 deployment than good.

	Would I bother not, who will?

FSF associate member #7257
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