[nycbug-talk] IPv6 for ISP Sales People?
ike at lesmuug.org
Wed Oct 17 12:33:37 EDT 2007
Wordemup Alex, All,
Regarding IPv4 availability,
On Oct 11, 2007, at 2:08 PM, Alex Pilosov wrote:
>> 1) IPv4 gives us 4billion+ addresses, vs. IPv6 and 32Undecillion+
> who cares as long as you can get ips
A colleague in Chicago just sent me this email (regarding our trying
to setup an IPSEC VPN tunnel to his home office):
Begin forwarded message:
> I'm curious to know what you pay to have a static IP on your home
> internet connection. My provider charges $19.95/month, which I
> think is pretty steep as I try to reduce my costs these days.
I haven't heard back, but I believe his line is a Cable connection.
In case those reading are in disbelief or denial, I'll repeat, that's
$19.95/mo for one IPv4 address to a residential location in the
downtown loop, (the heart), of Chicago.
As an end user and consumer of data services, I'm simply exasperated
and want IPv6 to MOVE FOREWORD on American networks.
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