DoD IP Space

Doug Barton dougb at
Sat Feb 6 01:25:34 UTC 2021


I am genuinely curious, how would you explain the problem, and describe 
a solution, to an almost exclusively non-technical audience who just 
wants to get the bits flowing again?

(still not speaking for anyone other than myself)

On 2/5/21 2:25 PM, Owen DeLong wrote:
> At the bottom of that page, there is a question “Was this answer 
> helpful.” I clicked NO. It gave me a free form text box to explain why I 
> felt it was not helpful… Here’s what I typed:
>     The advice is just bad and the facts are incorrect.
>     IPv6 is not blocking the Disney application. Either IPv6 is broken
>     in the users environment (in which case, the user should work with
>     their network administrator to resolve this) or Disney has failed to
>     implement IPv6 correctly on their DRM platform.
>     IPv6 cannot "Block" an application.
>     Turning off IPv6 will degrade several other services and cause
>     additional problems. This is simply very bad advice and shame on
>     Disney for issuing it.
> Hopefully if enough people follow suit, Disney will get the idea.
> Owen

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