legacy /8

Randy Bush randy at psg.com
Sat Apr 3 20:18:46 CDT 2010

> If "every significant router on the market" supported IPv6 five years ago,

and if cash fell from the sky ...

to folk actually running real networks, 'support' means *parity* with
ipv4, i.e. fast path at decent rates, management and monitoring, no
licensing extortion, ...

we don't have that today!

the *additional* cost and effort to the isp of fullly deploying
dual-stack is still non-trivial.  this is mightily off-pissing.


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