On Jul 2, 2011, at 3:21 PM, Cameron Byrne wrote:
I saw the same thing. It is a shame that work that directly removes barriers
to REAL ipv6 deployment gets shouted down by a few people not involved in
REAL ipv6 deployment
I find myself wondering what you mean by REAL IPv6. For me, REAL IPv6 is code
that uses the IPv6 programming model, 128 bit addresses, end-to-end
transparency, no NATs. 6to4 certainly qualifies.
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