Cameron Byrne wrote:
The faint promise of yet another transition mechanism is hardly
a motivation to keep 6to4 around. The data (ripe ...)
overwhelming proves default-on 6to4 clients + thinly deployed
relays = unreliable ipv6 and ipv6 deployment obstacle.
That's the difference between a fait promise and a proven failure. The promise
of "IPv6 native IPv6 is going to be deployed next year" has failed for 10+
years in a row. Nobody believes in it anymore; your choices are to believe in
yet another transition mechanism or switch to the post-mortem camp.
Get a life.
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