Subject: RE: Consensus Call: draft-weil-shared-transition-space-request Date:
Fri, Dec 02, 2011 at 09:15:16AM -0500 Quoting Lee Howard
Which problem did ISPs create?
By dragging their feet to the inevitable roll-out of v6 they checked
the demand for consumer electronics compatible with v6. If v6 connectivity
had been norm 6 years ago we'd have more v6-ready devices deployed today.
The problem CGN partially solves is providing connectivity for IPv4-only
consumer electronics. Renumbering the home network within RFC1918
doesn't provide additional connectivity.
When the home router is reconfigured to not have the same prefix on
the inside as on the outside, connectivity will improve. It won't be
"Internet" (couldn't be without real addresses on all interfaces)
but something closely resembling it. A lot more satisfactory than the
unexplainable failure with identical addresses inside and out.
Måns Nilsson primary/secondary/besserwisser/machina
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