On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 05:55, otunte otueneh <otuenehoj(_at_)gmail(_dot_)com>
Thank you for the reply.
I think there should be a platform where IPv4 users and IPv6 users can
interface. If this link is missing then there will be problem.
That kind of thing can be done - Google NAT64/DNS64 or how proxies work.,
However, this is *not* the ideal state. Ideally, you would be provisioned
with both IPv4 and IPv6 ("dual stack") and thus be able to connect to
content reachable over either.
Call your ISP, ask them when they will be entering the right decade (read:
How soon will they offer IPv6). This may not be a "critical" feature right
now, but if your ISP hasn't even started they probably won't be ready when
you start to need it. Or they will break things trying to get there
rapidly, that is fun.
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