[nycbug-talk] upcoming IPv6 meeting
george at ceetonetechnology.com
Mon Sep 17 17:31:43 EDT 2007
Isaac Levy wrote:
> On Sep 17, 2007, at 10:56 PM, gene cronk wrote:
>> I'm not really going to touch the WHY you should learn it.
>> Everyone has heard that ad nauseum. If you want to discuss the
>> whys after the meeting, cool, but for the most part during the talk
>> I want to stick to the down and dirty HOWS. Sound good to everyone?
Yes. . .
There's plenty out there for the "why-askers". . .
The main problem, at least initially for many of us is how.
But the "how" is also tied to the chicken-egg problem of "from whom."
Miles just mentioned, and maybe you should both touch base off-list, but
I've heard that he's (Miles) had some implementation experience with one
or more providers.
This is really the front and center question for us. . . we (at least
me :) don't have clients or bosses or whoever asking us to implement
IPv6 networks. . . but we want to play, learn and get some hands-on with
a standard that we've been reading about for what, 10, 12, whatever years?
On the test-play network would be nice. . . but home networks are, well,
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