IPv6 Irony.

Ca By cb.list6 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 13 03:17:30 UTC 2015

On Monday, October 12, 2015, Donn Lasher <D.Lasher at f5.com> wrote:

> Having just returned from NANOG65/ARIN36, and hearing about how far IPv6
> has come.. I find my experience with <large US-based ISP> support today
> Ironic.
> Oh wait..
> Hi, my name is Donn, and I’m speaking for… myself.
> Irony is a cable provider, one of the largest, and earliest adopters of
> IPv6, having ZERO IPv6 support available via phone, chat, or email. And
> being pointed, by all of those contact methods, to a single website. A
> static website. In 2015, when IPv4 is officially exhausted.
> :sigh:
Tech support websites are long tail

Pragmatists are focused on getting ipv6 to the masses by default in
high traffic use cases.

Sighing about edge cases in the long tail  with ipv6 ... Not sure what you

<deleted comments about f5 not supporting standard ndp, which has caused me


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