Re: IPv6 in the network, please
they are working on it.
I'll get to mention that responses are nice.....
--On 8. november 2004 15:55 -0500 JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
Hi Harald, Marcia,
I'm not sure what is the problem, but as you probably know, we still don't
have IPv6 in the IETF61 network, which is really bad.
The worst thing is not getting anyone from the host or whoever is the
responsible, reading the numerous emails about this in this list and
providing at least a reply. Something like "we are working on it", at
least, will be nice.
In case they are not reading the list, I guess you know who is the
ultimate responsible, and can forward him this email.
Somebody already suggested that if they need some help, is available, but
if they say nothing, of course, nobody will be able to help.
Hopefully this is not a situation that last until the end of the week and
hopefully we make sure next time that actually it doesn't happen even
since IETF meeting day -1.
Thanks in advance for taking care of this.
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