Connectivity to an IPv6-only site

isabel dias isabeldias1 at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 23 07:03:07 CDT 2010


1- http://onlyv6.com is not resolving .....
2- why would anyone be interested in buying "bit-pipes" from you if you don't own fiber or ports in a switch?
3- why would anyone be interested in buying ip address space if they can do it from SP's themselfs or apply for that ripe allocation?
4- ICIN 2009 highlighted the fact the SP#s are interested in rolling out new ethernet services - that has been happening for the past years!
5- http://www.potaroo.net/tools/ipv4/index.html shows the V4 exhaustion - the depletion of the IPv4 allocation pool has been a concern however is still in use. Understanding the v6 migration is driving the change. 
http://www.usipv6.com/6sense/2006/mar/pdf/UnderstandingIPv4AddressExhaustion.pdf
just seems that it follows the switchover to digital (2012)
                    http://www.eurescom.eu/Public/Projects/P1900-series/P1952/default.asp
 
 



----- Original Message ----
From: Tim Franklin <tim at pelican.org>
To: NANOG <nanog at nanog.org>
Sent: Fri, April 23, 2010 12:38:21 PM
Subject: Re: Connectivity to an IPv6-only site

> Which seems a bit far afield from reality to me.  Yes, there are lots
> of folks with IPv6 connectivity and v4-only recursive DNS servers.  I
> don't think ISPs will have problems setting aside a handful of IPv4
> addresses for authoritative DNS infrastructure to work around this
> until v6 transport in recursive DNS servers is common enough.

Assuming your ISP is providing your DNS.  What if I, as a new start-up in the IPv4-exhausted world, want to buy pure bit-pipes from my ISP, and be responsible for *everything* further up the stack?  I don't believe this is entirely uncommon.

Regards,
Tim.


      




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