A straightforward transition plan (was: Re: V6 still not supported)
Abraham Y. Chen
aychen at avinta.com
Mon Jan 16 15:23:38 UTC 2023
1) " ... it was more likely due to the success of CGNAT.": Looking
forward from this milestone marker, what would you envision as the
possible additions to CG-NAT's characteristics and capabilities for the
potential expansion of its services and enhancement to its performances?
Abe (2023-01-16 10:22)
On 2023-01-11 19:33, bzs at theworld.com wrote:
> On January 12, 2023 at 02:11noah at neo.co.tz (Noah) wrote:
> > Hi John,
> > So, It was assumed that IPv4 depletion would effectively lead to the adoption
> > of IPv6. This has not been the case in the last decade save for a very few
> > countries in the world.
> > It was also assumed that IPv6 only networks would crop all over the place as a
> > result, providing the same interconnectivity benefits enjoyed by the IPv4
> > internet.
> > Out of curiosity,did the emergency of transfer markets slow IPNG adoption while
> > creating prolonged dependence on IPv4?
> Probably ten people have said this already but it was more likely due
> to the success of CGNAT.
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