It's the end of IPv4 as we know it... and I feel fine..

Mark Andrews marka at isc.org
Mon Feb 7 17:26:16 CST 2011


In message <4D503E5E.5000300 at ispalliance.net>, Scott Helms writes:
> On 2/7/2011 1:17 PM, Seth Mattinen wrote:
> > On 2/3/2011 08:38, Josh Smith wrote:
> >> Seth,
> >> What sort of ISP do your "not technically inclined" parents have that
> >> offers native ipv6? :-)
> >>
> >
> > I'm doing it via fixed wireless. They'll actually be my second access
> > customer to get native IPv6. My parents are a good test case for the
> > kind of user who doesn't care about the difference between IPv4 or IPv6
> > or the debates whether to /64 or not, only that the internet works.
> >
> > ~Seth
> >
> >
> Ahh, that makes them like 99.99% of all retail internet users.

But please have them daisy chain CPE devices so that they are in
the X% that have more than one CPE devices connected today.  I agree
it should just work.  I've seen more that one household of non geeks
with multiple CPE devices.

e.g.
		cable/adsl CPE wired CPE wireless

Mark

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