Why is your company treating IPv6 turn ups as a sales matter?

Seth Mattinen sethm at rollernet.us
Thu Nov 18 16:47:57 CST 2010

On 11/18/2010 14:24, George, Wes E [NTK] wrote:>
> [WES] Bill, I know that you mean well and you're just trying to push IPv6
> deployment, and sometimes a little public shame goes a long way, but in the
> future, before you call my company out in public with tenuous assertions
> like this, please at least try to reach out to me privately to address your
> perceived issue with the way Sprint is handling IPv6 rollout? It's not like
> I'm hard to find, even if it's a blast message to NANOG that looks like
> "Will someone with IPv6 clue at Sprint contact me?"

Me, personally, I have had absolutely zero issues with Sprint and
requesting IPv6. The process was extremely smooth and at no point did my
rep or their support engineers ever tell me it was not available. There
was an easy questionnaire I had to fill out, but that was it.


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