NANOG 40 agenda posted
don at calis.blacksun.org
Tue May 29 17:40:44 UTC 2007
> How do you get mail.ipv6.yahoo.com to actually get *used*, when your average
> user doesn't know where they set 'mail.yahoo.com' in their PC's configuration,
> and either don't understand why sometimes's it's foo.com and sometimes it's
> www.foo.com, or don't even bother, they just type 'foo' into the address bar
> and let the browser add www. and .com, or they go to google and enter 'foo'
> and hit "I feel lucky"?
I don't want these sorts of people testing my systems with IPv6- I want a
technically savvy user who can offer me helpful feedback- at least
initially. Eventually- once I am sure the network is stable- the service
is stable, etc.- then you can add A and AAAA records for the primary
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