Ipv4 end, its fake.

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Tue Mar 25 00:31:09 UTC 2014

On Mar 22, 2014, at 7:40 AM, Justin M. Streiner <streiner at cluebyfour.org> wrote:

> On Sat, 22 Mar 2014, Cb B wrote:
>> You can pay $3 per ipv4, that is your business. But, it may be worth noting
>> that AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, T-Mobile, TWT, Google Fiber all have have
>> double digit ipv6 penetration today.
> To be fair:
> Verizon Wireless, if you're referring to 4G LTE?  Agreed.

> I don't know what the plan is for the remaining 3G services.

I get IPv6 on both 3G and 4GLTE from VZW.

> Verizon Enterprise (what used to be UUNET)?  Agreed.
> Verizon Online (Fios, DSL)?  I have to disagree.  Lots of foot-dragging here.

Similar with AT&T Wireless.

If you want to have some fun, open up a ticket with your carrier if you can’t reach http://thegoodlife.delong.com

It has an AAAA record, but no A record.

In my experience, most carriers will not even figure out the nature of the problem.

> Most carriers appear to be making IPv6 capability a requirement for their LTE buildouts.  The only major US carrier that I hears was resisting IPv6 was Sprint, and I don't know if their position has changed in the past 12 months.

To the best of my knowledge it has not. However, I think a big part of that is that sprint thought they could spell 4GLTE using the letters W-I-M-A-X.


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