Virtual hosting provider Linode announces v6 support
jared at puck.nether.net
Wed May 4 01:09:15 CEST 2011
On May 3, 2011, at 7:00 PM, Mark Smith wrote:
> Sometimes when things aren't done right, they do more damage than if
> they weren't done at all. The fact they've created a special charge for
> more than a single address creates an inherent demand for single address
> sharing methods.
> They should do the maths on how many individual IPv6
> addresses they get for their annual RIR fee to see how silly they've
> been by being unnecessarily precious about them.
So, I'm at fault because my OS can only put a single /128 per jail()/prision and make a decision based on that? Sadly it's not as easy to OS shop as you might want to suggest. I suggest contributing code if you wish to change that model, but suggesting that people should not deploy something because they aren't using it the way you prescribe it to be is a different issue.
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