Weil, Jason wrote:
Overall I like the concept of not breaking core IPv4 functionality while
focussing all new functionality to IPv6.
Remember that IPv6 became unusably complex by impossible attempts
to add new functionality not available with IPv4, which implies
that there is no such thing as new functionality of IPv6.
E.g. DHCPv4 is better than not-really-stateless configuration
Fernando Gont wrote:
Just curious: when you expect IPv4 to be gone? (including "gone" from
home and enterprise networks)
It will be long after IPv6 gone (excluding "gone" from home and
enterprise networks, because it is not really there).
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