thegameiam at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 12 17:35:07 UTC 2003
I think the place you're going to see IPv6 adoption is
government networks - I've seen several RFPs from
various government offices which are requiring some
degree of IPv6 capability. This is going to drive the
various large carriers who have these governments as
customers to implement a generically working IPv6
Once it's a product, I think you'll see some people
--- Andy Dills <andy at xecu.net> wrote:
> So, how does IPv6 go from the shores of Japan and
> the minds of geeks
> across America to being the primary protocol used on
> the net?
-fully RFC 1925 compliant-
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