On killing IPv6 transition mechanisms
me at benedikt-stockebrand.de
Fri Mar 19 13:40:18 CET 2010
Hi Janos and list,
Mohacsi Janos <mohacsi at niif.hu> writes:
> If they install packet filter that discard all the IPv6 traffic, why
> they install A and AAAA records in the DNS. If they want to make it
> accessible internally via IPv6, they have to implement either split
> DNS (since they want different behaviour internally than from
> outside), or install IPv6 capable packet filter and allow proper IPv6
again, the point with that example was that their setup was broken
from the very beginning but for one reason or another worked in
conjunction with the original configuration on your side. As soon as
you do something to your configuration, their setup blows up in their
face and they *perceive* your change as the cause of your
problem---after all, they haven't changed anything.
It doesn't *have* to be the cause to make you lose business and slow
down the entire move towards IPv6, this is all about perception from
the customer's perspective.
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