ICANN registrar supporting v6 glue?

Pete Templin petelists at templin.org
Sat Jun 30 00:14:30 UTC 2007

> My view is that deploying only IPv6 in the LANs is the wrong approach in the
> short term, unless you're sure that all your applications are ready, or you
> have translation tools (that often are ugly), and you're disconnected from
> the rest of the IPv4 Internet.

You're entitled to your view.

>> De: Barrett Lyon <blyon at blyon.com>
>> Responder a: <blyon at blyon.com>
>> CC: <nanog at merit.edu>
>>> If you deploy dual-stack, it is much easier to keep doing the DNS
>>> queries
>>> using IPv4 transport, and there is not any practical advantage in
>>> doing so
>>> with IPv6 transport.
>> Thanks Jordi, not to sound too brash but, I'm already doing so.  I am
>> trying not to deploy a hacked v6 service which requires an incumbent
>> legacy protocol to work.

As said by others, the core infrastructure really should be ready for 
v6-only.  Why should it be so hard?


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