interop show network (was: legacy /8)
lear at cisco.com
Wed Apr 7 09:09:25 CDT 2010
On 4/5/10 6:02 AM, Brandon Ross wrote:
> Seriously? You do realize that the InteropNet actually has to provide
> a real service to the exhibitors and attendees of the show, right?
> This year's network will support v6, but a v6-only network is just not
> a practical way to supply real network connectivity to customers, yet.
I remember the days of Ron Natalie running around with a cherry picker
in San Jose, and the whole point of the network being to test
interoperability, so that things would and did break (and then we fixed
them). If v6 is even close to ready, wouldn't it be sad that this sort
of testing isn't done at interop? Or is it just sad that v6 isn't so
close to being ready? Or is it both?
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