The Choice: IPv4 Exhaustion or Transition to IPv6
joelja at bogus.com
Thu Jun 28 21:45:25 UTC 2007
Seth Mattinen wrote:
> So we should deploy IPv6... I get it. The argument comes up time
> and time again. I would do it tomorrow - nay, today - if I had an answer
> to one thing: How the heck do I multihome? I have v6 space from Sprint
> to play with, but I'm reluctant to use it because I can't multihome with
In the arin region you can qualify for a pi allocation of ipv6 under the
same criterion you qualify for one under ipv4.
> The end user doesn't care about 4 vs. 6, or anything we discuss here,
> all they care is that it *works*. It's all a magic box to them anyway.
> Businesses care that we can guarantee that it works. I want the same
> reliability with v6 that I have right now with v4, and single homed v6
> isn't going to cut it, nor is some host-based hack, or every host gets a
> v6 address from each v6 provider, or stupid DNS tricks. Am I crazy to
> want routers to make the routing decisions?
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