Telia Not Withdrawing v6 Routes

adamv0025 at adamv0025 at
Wed Nov 18 12:45:05 UTC 2020

> On Behalf Of Mark Tinka
> Sent: Tuesday, November 17, 2020 4:32 PM
> On 11/17/20 08:54, Saku Ytti wrote:
> > I put most of the blame on the market, we've modelled commercial
> > router market so that poor quality NOS is good for business and good
> > quality NOS is bad for business, I don't think this is in anyone's
> > formal business plan or that companies even realise they are not even
> > trying to make good NOS. I think it's emergent behaviour due to the
> > market and people follow that market demand unknowingly.
> > If we suddenly had one commercial NOS which is 100% bug free, many of
> > their customers would stop buying support, would rely on spare HW and
> > Internet forums for configuration help.
> Not to mention that many of us would not need to be around to babysit all this
> dodgy software.
> Definitely bad for business :-).
Being obsoleted already by "self-driving networks", there's no limit to what one can automate...
But then one needs someone to babysit all the automation systems.


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