WEBINAR TUESDAY: Can We Make IPv4 Great Again?
marka at isc.org
Tue Mar 7 00:50:59 UTC 2017
In message <59f04cec29296d59f589ee671c65edc8.squirrel at 188.8.131.52>, "Bob Evans" writes:
> I have had ipv4 transit with ATT for years (one provider of many)....and
> the order originally placed was for both ipv4 and 6....yep still waiting.
> Thank You
> Bob Evans
Cancel your service and say it is because they failed to deliver
IPv6. If they try to fight you for breaking the contract they don't
have a leg to stand on because they have failed to deliver on their
part of the contract.
I more people did this you would see IPv6 move up the priority stack.
> > On 3/6/17 14:04, Dennis Burgess wrote:
> >> Well try to get ATT to announce IPv6 though our AS! Lol Been on the
> >> phone with the for over a month. Still no ETA :(
> > Requests driven from the sales side should have the best results.
> > Before Charter's sales turned into a hole of poor service, I had a
> > account manager that actually cared about the whole picture. I told him
> > the reason nobody before him was able to sell to us is because we have
> > requirements that need to be deliverable (no native IPv6 no sale), can't
> > deal in promises. Of course he's no longer there and I'm back to idiots
> > that just want to see how high of a price they can get you to sign for,
> > especially if you're already a customer there's no need to pretend to
> > care further.
> > ~Seth
Mark Andrews, ISC
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