Brian E Carpenter wrote:
Sure, that's very common, but these devices are consumer electronics and
will get gradually replaced by IPv6-supporting boxes as time goes on.
The problem is that IPv6 specification is still broken in
several ways to be not operational that existing boxes must
be replaced after the specification is fixed.
The more serious problem is that IPv6 people in IETF do
not admit IPv6 broken, which makes it impossible to fix
For an example, see my recent presentation at APOPS:
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