On Fri, Dec 21, 2007 at 07:41:47AM -0800, David Morris wrote:
The question here is not if we'll have a room full of competent engineer
who might be able to solve any problems, the question for competent
engineers is whether the proposed approach is effective use of very
expensive resources. Competent engineers plan things ahead of time so the
likelyhood of failure is minimized.
That is why I did the planning and solved all issues for my particular
situation already many IETFs ago. Basically, this whole discussion
shows that there are a few people behind the curve and they probably
should take action before next IETF.
Note that this is independent of whether a scheduled ipv4 outage
happens or not - unscheduled events do happen and it is simply prudent
behavior to allow for a fall back on a different version of ip if
there is a problem with one of the versions on the network.
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