Mac OS X 10.7, still no DHCPv6

Majdi S. Abbas msa at latt.net
Mon Feb 28 19:38:08 CST 2011


On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 04:00:16PM -0800, Owen DeLong wrote:
> Ready or not, IPv6-only (or reasonably IPv6-only) residential 
> customers are less than 2 years out, so, well within
> your 5-year planning horizon, whether those ISPs see that or 
> not. Denial is an impressive human phenomenon.

	Denial is indeed impressive:

	v6 only is not the only option for residential customers
already used to functioning behind NAT.

	I, for one, welcome our new CGN overlords...
	 
> In five years we should be just about ready to start deprecating IPv4, 
> if not already beginning to do so.

	Considering it's taken us 15 years to get this far... I think
that's pretty optimistic.

	Anyone care to start the IPv4 dead pool, Price is Right
style, for when the last v4 NLRI is removed from the DFZ?

	--msa




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