"Programmers can't get IPv6 thus that is why they do not have IPv6 in their applications"....

Mark Andrews marka at isc.org
Thu Jan 31 03:26:51 UTC 2013


In message <8C10DED0-0980-4C76-8307-4F4F139D6594 at yahoo.com>, David Barak writes
:
> 
> On Jan 30, 2013, at 7:52 PM, Mark Andrews <marka at isc.org> wrote:
> > Firstly fix your mail client.  What's this "'" garbage in text/plain?
> > 
> That's yahoo web mail on an iPhone, sorry.  
> 
> > Deployment Update
> > 
> > Published on Tuesday, October 23, 2012
> > 
> > IPv6 has been launched on all Arris DOCSIS 3.0 C4 CMTSes, covering
> > over 50% our network.  We are targeting completion of the rest of
> > the network by mid-2013. Our progress has led to nearly 2.5% of our
> > Xfinity Internet customers  actively using native dual stack.
> > Additionally, IPv6 traffic has increased 375% since World IPv6 Day
> > in June 2011.  Following World IPv6 Launch in June 2012 Comcast
> > also observed that approximately 6% of the 2012 Olympics served
> > over YouTube to Comcast customers was over IPv6.
> > 
> > http://www.comcast6.net
> > 
> 
> The update you sent is lovely, except I can tell you that the one (also 
> an Arris, running DOCSIS 3.0) which was installed in late October in my 
> house in Washington simply does not run v6 with the pre-installed load.  
> Now, is there some firmware upgrade which could fix this?  Maybe, but it 
> sure would be nice if the folks who answer the phone in support could 
> direct me to someone who has heard of this technology.  So no, as I said 
> before, Comcast has *not* removed the v6 barrier here.  I'd like it to 
> "just work", please.

Looking at http://mydeviceinfo.comcast.net you get a choice of wireless
or IPv6 in Arris.
 
> David Barak
> 
> Sent from a mobile device, please forgive autocorrection.

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Mark Andrews, ISC
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