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December 2008 Blog Posts (4)

It's Going to be Ugly... but Beautiful

I want to address a few interesting comments made on my last blog. I agree with Dan’s sentiment - there needs to be more than simple supply and demand capitalism to solve the migration problem as we define it because ideally, supply should precede demand but the question is: who’s going to foot the bill?



Within service provider organizations there are at least two groups who are personally rewarded for a winning IPv6 strategy - those who are charged with implementing it and those who… Continue

Added by Bruce Sinclair on December 12, 2008 at 12:00pm — No Comments

The Dynamics of IPv6 Change

I was sitting there fuming… this is counterproductive I thought, we should all be encouraging the adoption of IPv6, not discouraging it. That was the raison d’être for these IPv6 Summits, wasn’t it? We are all supposed to hold hands and sing version six of Kumbaya, not challenge the sanctuary of the ol’ mighty IPv6…



I had just watched a presentation by Geoff Huston, hometown (country) favourite and IPv6 expert, explaining how perhaps we were too late to go to IPv6. Later that day all… Continue

Added by Bruce Sinclair on December 4, 2008 at 11:30am — No Comments

IPv6... the year the NAT-enforced IPv4 dam showed seepage

Posted by Yves Poppe, our guest blogger



We don’t give enough credit to people who will sacrifice themselves trying to plug the IPv4 dam with some NAT-putty. They even dream of a NAT66 filled afterlife. The growing IPv6 traffic trickle was given evidence at the recent RIPE 57 (1) meeting in Dubai in a number of presentations, including a most edifying Google presentation (2). Noteworthy to see France with a 0.65% IPv6 penetration, largely courtesy of free.fr (2), a major ISP… Continue

Added by gogo6 on December 2, 2008 at 7:30am — No Comments

IPv6 is not a security issue

Head over to Living with IPv6 and read about why IPv6 shouldn’t be seen as a security issue. I completly agree with his point that IPv6 getting a lot of attention related to security when there are things that are much more of concern. Just because people don’t know about it doesn’t mean that they should be affraid of it. In many cases it almost seem to be fear of change and… Continue

Added by Mikael Lind on December 1, 2008 at 11:30am — No Comments

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