yum IPv6 repos
dougb at dougbarton.us
Tue Dec 27 02:48:48 CET 2011
On 12/26/2011 17:43, Cameron Byrne wrote:
> The fact is,
Facts? You mean your speculation. Calling your speculation a fact
doesn't make it any more so.
> IPv4 is effectively exhausted from the perspective of
> planning any large scale strategic initiative.
The carriers that are pushing CGN disagree with you. Not to mention that
"typical" NAT setups today at the end-user network level only require 1
IPv4 address. We're going to see IPv4 continue to exist for a very long
That's not to say that IPv6 isn't a better choice, only that we need to
be realistic about the landscape.
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