AT&T UVERSE Native IPv6, a HOWTO
rs at seastrom.com
Tue Dec 3 11:39:04 UTC 2013
Cutler James R <james.cutler at consultant.com> writes:
> Does this mean we can all get back to solving real IPv6 deployment and operations problems?
I sure hope so. :)
> I certainly hope you all can finally see which is the better business choice between:
> 1. Using up to around 10% of IPv6 space to make our network operations simpler for the next twenty years or more.
You're high by more than an order of magnitude. Inasmuch as I don't
hail from Chicago, I'm not suggesting actually issuing addresses to
people who are dead (Eric's final datapoint).
> 2. Continuing to spend time and money on micromanagement of addressing rather than real customer needs.
> One who cannot properly understand the business decision here perhaps should not be debating network policies.
> "Strongly worded letter to follow."
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