"Keith" == Keith Moore <moore(_at_)cs(_dot_)utk(_dot_)edu> writes:
Keith> it's one of the potential bottlenecks. certainly not the only
Keith> one, probably not the largest. folks still have to learn about
Keith> the differences between IPv4 and IPv6, and applications using IPv6
Keith> have to be deployed. those are significant bottlenecks.
KAME is doing this at such a high rate, that I expect to be able to run
IPv6 only on my desktops at my two offices by the end of the year. I know
that Perry is pretty close if not already there on this one.
Combined with a web proxy and/or 6to4 for external access and I'm set.
Keith> note that 6to4 makes the cost of getting a good-sized chunk of
Keith> IPv6 address space roughly equivalent to the cost of getting a
Keith> single stable IPv4 address.
But, where do I get that chunk of IPv6 address space?
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