Masataka - yes, you have voiced your e2e arguments - thank you for
Thank you for your acknowledgment that you can't voice against my
We obviously disagree here, on a fundamental basis. I (and many
others) disagree that IPv6 'has failed' and are in fact
aggressively deploying it *right now*
It has been so for more than these 10 years. So, maybe, within next
100 years, IPv6 maybe fully deployed.
WRT aggregation, PI space excepted, there is an IPv6 advantage
- the allocations are large enough (the more bits part)
You obviously don't understand the fundamental problem against
route aggregation, which is multi-homing, against which large
allocation size is of no help.
Yes, GOSIP was a now-laughable effort ...
Thank you again for let us remember the true meaning of governmental
But, IPv6 has been laughed at for more than 10 years.
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