Another driver for v6?

HRH Sven Olaf Prinz von CyberBunker-Kamphuis MP sven at cyberbunker.com
Fri Oct 31 14:27:21 CDT 2008


ever heard of the concept "open market"

ipv4 address space delegations will just move from the rirs to places like
ebay, problem solved.

most of it is unused anyway (milnet, amateur radio ranges, etc)

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On Fri, 31 Oct 2008, Jeroen Massar wrote:

> David W. Hankins wrote:
> > On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 10:41:01AM -0600, Mike Lewinski wrote:
> >>> This is a sound evolutionary tactic lemmings use.  =)
> >> I know this is way OT, but I can't let it pass. The lemming suicide myth
> >> was created by a very questionable Walt Disney documentary:
> >
> > This is also way OT, but I was actually thinking more of Lemmings(TM),
> > the video game, as I am not really very familiar with rodents.
> >
> > We've already got sixxs and hurricane electric set as tunnel lemmings,
> > we can get through the IPv4 address shortfall by setting a variety of
> > other ISP's to explode and build bridges...
>
> For the end-users who use those services, I am pretty sure it is more
> the user playing the game (aka the services providing guidance), than
> being the lemmings who just keep on running and commit suicide (aka the
> networks who are not moving, getting experience and doing something).
>
> Greets,
>  Jeroen
>   (Who still ranks Lemmings(tm) as one of the top games ever,
>    simple and way too much fun, Amiga Lemmings X-mas special anyone? :) )
>
>




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