Re: Anyone care to justify this?
- From: "MattD.." <mattd145@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 23:11:40 +0100
After replacing know code with a small shell script on Sunday 26 Mar
2006 22:55, the following appeared on stdout:
I think I read somewhere that the US government have
switched a lot of their networks over to IPv6.
Japan are leading the world with their Kame project (unsurprisingly, the
same stack the BSD projects use). The project is complete and
IPv6/IPSec is ready for prime-time. All it really needs is support from
the LIRs and ISPs. The RIRs are already allocating space.
But in the Real World
(tm), average Joe Public is still using IPv4 so it's still around the
corner for them!
True. IPv4 is a money-spinner for some who, like the oil companies, have
a vested interest in keeping the status quo for as long as possible.
When IPv6 does take off and all the NAT and NAPT kludges finally die,
people may finally see what they have been missing.
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