The deployment of ipv6 will be 20-40 years from now. If we do not take possible
brakethrough in nanotechnology into account then this is the timeframe we are
looking at. See this reference:
From: Noel Chiappa [mailto:jnc(_at_)mercury(_dot_)lcs(_dot_)mit(_dot_)edu]
Sent: 12. janúar 2004 20:49
Subject: Re: Death of the Internet - details at 11
> From: "Tony Hain" <alh-ietf(_at_)tndh(_dot_)net>
> Like it or not, the IETF must stop wasting time and effort building new
> structures on a crumbling framework.
I agree completely.
Now, can we all agree that almost 10 years after it was formally adopted by
the IETF, IPv6 is has clearly not succeeded in becoming the ubiquitous
replacement for IPv4, and needs to be moved to "Historic", so we can turn our
energy and attention to things that *will* succeed?