shim6 @ NANOG (forwarded note from John Payne)
alex at relcom.net
Tue Mar 7 07:46:36 UTC 2006
> Thus spake <Michael.Dillon at btradianz.com>
> > Let's face it, IPv6 is close enough to IPv4 that any
> > attempt to put a price on IPv4 addresses will simply
> > cause a massive migration to free and plentiful IPv6
> > addresses.
> You assume that there will be a source of free and plentiful IPv6
Why not? It is CORE idea of IPcv6 addres space (no matter whart is written
abouyt allocation policies).
And I can bet, we will see how every business can get PI space when required
(in ipv6) for multi home,
in less than 3 - 4 years.
Except if IPv6 will be replaced by something simpler and more reliable like
IPv8 (but it looks very unlikely now).
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