OT: cheap colo space in Southern Germany/Munich

Noel Butler noel.butler at ausics.net
Sun Nov 25 02:28:28 CET 2012

On Sat, 2012-11-24 at 20:37 +0100, Gert Doering wrote:

> ince even DTAG has started giving out IPv6
> > 
> > Germany is a very small market, and arguably one of the more
> > developed IPv6 deployments.
> Actually, not so.  We started early, and have lots of small players with
> IPv6, but our big players lose big time.  Look at Slovenia, or Romania,
> if you want to see what "proper IPv6 deployment!" means.
> So seeing DTAG (and some of our cable ISPs) move now *is* news.

So Germany is moving ahead in strides with IPv6 allocation, since the OP
requires Southern Germany as a requirement for being local, surely that
now destroys the only reachable by 1% argument...

Reminds me of..

Internet:  "We're changing, you need to alter your business models too"
Hollywood" " No NO NOOOOOOOOOOO  F#@Q  you! we are going to stick to our
old business models so go way"
Internet:  *laughs*
Commentator:  Hollywood did (extremely slowly) change as they soon
realised they had to,  to survive.

Me: No Internet based business is a set and forget model,  the old
saying  "Times change, we need to too or get left behind"


Yes, I too am one of the people who ignored IPv6 for so long because
mainly of the "boy who cried wolf" IPv6 exhaustion syndrome  that we've
been hearing from back in the mid, then late 90's and early naughties
(all claiming exhaustion within 2 years) .... here we are, only running
out in 2012, had all those kiddies not cried wolf for nearly 2 decades,
and only started to yell out a few years back (when factual real
evidence started to be seen), maybe, just maybe, the IPv6 ignorance
would not be so prevalent. 
But I think Australia is similar to, but still well behind Germany -
small players offering it, large players have tested, but as yet, failed
to roll out, so the 1% is fact over here :)

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