[nycbug-talk] IPv6 Followup

George Rosamond george at ceetonetechnology.com
Fri Nov 9 12:44:13 EST 2007

Alex Pilosov wrote:
> On Fri, 9 Nov 2007, Okan Demirmen wrote:
>> On Fri 2007.11.09 at 12:13 -0500, Alex Pilosov wrote:
>>> On Fri, 9 Nov 2007, Jim Brown wrote:
>>>> As it happens, I now have an assignment to write a position paper on
>>>> IPv6 for a client.  Unfortunately, I was not able to attend the last two
>>>> BUGs.
>>> See and listen to this and make your own conclusions
>>> http://www.nanog.org/mtg-0710/bush.html
>>> http://www.nanog.org/mtg-0710/real/nanog41-transition.ram
>>>> If anyone wants to offer their expert opinion on all things IPv6, I'm
>>>> interested.
>>> ipv6 will happen. it has to. you should get yourself *ready* to run it - 
>>> there's no harm in it. generally, it no longer requires equipment 
>>> investment, just configuration. operationally, however, nobody cares. 
>>                                                           ^^^^^^^^^^^^
>> 							  what?
>> that is a very broad, over-reaching statement, and i for one will
>> disagree.  operationally, people care.  now *who* those people are is
>> another question; they may not be all the people that need to care, but
>> there are people who care operationally.  with statements like the
>> above, the "other people" will never think they need to care - so it
>> goes as it is going now.
> ok,
> simple, show me who cares. operationally. someone who both *cares* and 
> *matters*. no, home ipv6 tunnels through sixxs and occaid don't count.


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And there must be a reason you jump on the topic with some degree of 


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