quietly....

Adrian Chadd adrian at creative.net.au
Tue Feb 1 06:39:18 CST 2011


s/IPv6/ATM/g

Just saying...



Adrian

On Tue, Feb 01, 2011, Iljitsch van Beijnum wrote:
> On 1 feb 2011, at 13:01, Owen DeLong wrote:
> 
> >>> IPv4 is very dead in the sense that it's not going to go anywhere in the future.
> 
> >> 	taking the long view - your statement applies equally to IPv6.
> 
> IPv6 has many places to go in the future. Of course the future is long, and there will be a point when IPv6 is no longer what's needed. But we're nowhere close to that point now.
> 
> > I disagree. I think there is little, if any, innovation that will continue to be put
> > into IPv4 hence forth. I think there will be much innovation in IPv6 in the
> > coming years.
> 
> I'm afraid it may be the other way around: lots of IPv4 innovation just so IPv6 can be avoided a few more years.
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