The Choice: IPv4 Exhaustion or Transition to IPv6
jcurran at mail.com
Thu Jun 28 17:27:15 UTC 2007
At 10:16 AM -0700 6/28/07, Randy Bush wrote:
> > Interoperability is achieved by having public facing
>> servers reachable via IPv4 and IPv6.
>that may be what it looks like from the view of an address allocator.
>but if you actually have to deliver data from servers you need a path
>where data from/in both protocols is supported on every link of the
>chain that goes all the way to every bit of back end data in your
>system. and if one link in that chain is missing, <sound of glib idea
Organizations need to have IPv6 on their DMZ servers.
ISP's needs to provide IPv6 to these organizations, either
directly or via tunnel.
It's actually rather simple.
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