dynamic or static IPv6 prefixes to residential customers

james machado hvgeekwtrvl at gmail.com
Tue Aug 2 20:18:44 CDT 2011


> I would argue that I am not an "abnormal" household by any definition other than
> my internet access and that even by that definition, I am not particularly abnormal
> where I live.
>

your based out of san jose, there might not be any other area like
that in the U.S. as far as connectivity and concentration of i.t.
savy.  there might be 10 cities in the U.S. with the same
infrastructure and availability as you have accessible.  there are not
50.  while not abnormal where you live, it is abnormal to the rest of
the country.


> There are many people I know of with much more expensive and elaborate
> internet connectivity to their houses than what I have within 30 miles of me.
>
> While I don't think I represent the typical residential ISP customer, I do think that
> the typical customer will eventually learn what static addressing is and will want
> it for a variety of reasons.
>
> Owen

scott's user base is more typical than what you can find in your
neighborhood.  i am sure some of the same users live within 30 miles
of you too but you,i, scott, or anybody else on this list can not be
considered normal in this respect.

james




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