owen at delong.com
Thu Oct 15 19:21:53 UTC 2015
Getting IPv6 to the masses without giving them the ability to get their IPv6 problems
resolved seems not like a long-tail issue so much as a really poor choice of deployment
Just my $0.02.
> On Oct 12, 2015, at 20:17 , Ca By <cb.list6 at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
>> 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.
> 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
More information about the NANOG