Dynamic (changing) IPv6 prefix delegation
arturo.servin at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 10:16:02 CST 2011
On 22 Nov 2011, at 13:38, Joel Maslak wrote:
> 1) Not having IPv6 at all. I expect to get it on my DSL in about 10 years or so when the equipment my line on is old enough to be replaced under a 15 or 20 year replacement cycle.
> 2) Bandwidth caps probably affect people a lot more than changing IPs. I don't have one on my landline, but I expect to get it when the DSL aggregation devices are replaced (I suspect I don't have it now because the equipment doesn't do it well).
Add to your list:
1.5) Instead of getting IPv6, getting private IPv4 and CGN service.
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