Consumer Grade - IPV6 Enabled Router Firewalls.
newton at internode.com.au
Sun Dec 13 17:44:25 CST 2009
On 14/12/2009, at 9:38 AM, Frank Bulk wrote:
> I hope you're right. I really hope that there's this phenomenal transition
> in 2011 of content from 0.1% IPv6-accessible to 99% IPv6-accessible.
Forget content, they're just along for the ride.
When most service providers have eye-wateringly shite CGNs acting
as intermediaries between eyeballs and content, the content providers
will be motivated to move to v6 even if only as a means of damage
> not even by node count, but by percentage of traffic. And pain is one way
> to get there. Every few months I think of the number of truck rolls we'll
> need to do to swap out DSL modems and SOHO routers with their IPv6
Ah, that's something we don't have. Our customers own their own
(which has its own slew of problems: I can't make them upgrade,
and if I tell them they'll have to spend a hundred bucks to restore
the functionality I broke for them last week I'll have a revolt
on my hands...)
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