What's the current state of major access networks in North America ipv6 delivery status?
tony at lava.net
Fri Jan 28 11:26:17 CST 2011
On Fri, 28 Jan 2011, Jack Bates wrote:
> IPv4, standard termination routers (7206VXR), DHCP, no router CPE required,
> no request limitations. We'll have equivalent in IPv6 with DHCPv6, except we
> route prefixes for routers, but that won't effect the mac tables.
> Router 1: 1233
> Router 2: 1012
> Router 3: 2198
> and so on (just random routers). I don't see these numbers as being an issue.
It simply isn't an issue for us here either. It's not like we're
immediately trading an ARP table for a ND table that's hundreds of times
larger than the ARP table. Customers just don't change things that
quickly. And I would think aggregation equipment vendors who have been
eating their own dog food understand that too.
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