Comcast's 6to4 Relays

Brzozowski, John John_Brzozowski at Cable.Comcast.com
Wed Apr 20 12:54:49 CDT 2011


Doug,

I am aware of the drafts you cited earlier, as Mikael mentions below the
existence of the same will not result in 6to4 being turned off
automatically or immediately.  This process will likely  take years.

Please note the goal here is not to make 6to4 great, like many others we
hope to see 6to4 use diminish over time.

Thanks,

John
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On 4/19/11 5:55 PM, "Mikael Abrahamsson" <swmike at swm.pp.se> wrote:

>On Tue, 19 Apr 2011, Doug Barton wrote:
>
>> Another view (one that I personally hold) is that any effort you might
>> be putting into making 6to4 work better would be better placed in
>> deploying real IPv6 instead; and that the world would be a better place
>> generally if all of the so-called "transition mechanisms" just went
>> away.
>
>I am all for getting fewer people to use 6to4, especially without them
>actually making a decision to use it, but giving more people access to
>high quality (I hope they are) 6to4 relays is seldom a downside.
>
>The drafts you mention make special notes that operators should NOT start
>to shut down relays, first of all we need to get fewer people to use
>6to4, 
>THEN we start to remove the relays. Starting at the relay end is bad,
>mmkay.
>
>-- 
>Mikael Abrahamsson    email: swmike at swm.pp.se





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