Google wants to be your Internet

Roland Dobbins rdobbins at
Wed Jan 24 14:29:57 UTC 2007

On Jan 24, 2007, at 5:48 AM, <michael.dillon at> wrote:

> The whole address conservation mantra has turned out to be a lot
> of smoke and mirrors anyway.

At the time, yes, this particular issue was overhyped, just as the  
routing-table-expansion issue was underhyped.  As we move to an  
'Internet of Things', however, it will become manifestl

With regards to the perceived advantages and disadvantages of IPv6 as  
it is currently defined, there is wide range of opinion on the  
subject.  For many, the 'still-need-NAT-under-IPv6 vs. IPv6- 
eliminates-the-need-for-NAT' debate is of minor importance compared  
to more fundamental questions.

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