[nycbug-talk] IPv6 Followup

Isaac Levy ike at lesmuug.org
Sun Nov 11 19:25:33 EST 2007

Hi Yuske,

On Nov 9, 2007, at 9:05 PM, Yusuke Shinyama wrote:

> On Fri, 09 Nov 2007 12:44:13 -0500, George Rosamond <george at ceetonetechnology.com 
> > wrote:
>> Alex:
>> Not sure if you've done any traveling, but apparently it's big  
>> in .jp.
> No, not really...
> Having moved to Tokyo for a couple of months, I haven't seen much
> of IPv6 stuff here and there. Yes, it's *relatively* a bit better
> than the states. Or maybe. Basically they're winded. Quick
> googling gives a couple of big Japanese websites, like:
> IPv6 section of Atmark-IT (a famous it-related news site in japan)
> http://www.atmarkit.co.jp/channel/ipv6/inpv6.html
> (the last update is July 2006)
> IPv6 style (Portal site for IPv6-related articles)
> http://www.ipv6style.jp/
> (as of today, the server is down for some reason)
> IPv6 Magazine
> http://internet.impress.co.jp/ipv6/
> (discontinued since 2004)
> IPv6 Application Constest
> http://www.v6pc.jp/apc/jp/index.html
> (They are still featuring the last one held in 2005)
> This is pathetic.  It's kinda noble that they spent a lot
> of money for these technologies that might pay off in several
> decades, but I just hope they could be a bit more realistic.
> Unfortunately, we are the nation that is very susceptible
> to herd psychology since WWII...
> Yusuke

You don't see much IPv6?  Look a bit broader...

> [nycbug-talk] IPv6 in Japan
> Thu Mar 22 00:00:59 EDT 2007


Re-read the warwalking experiences and misc in that message:
> 3) NNT Do Co Mo:
And I'll add to that, look past the glossy IT-industry mags, and look  
over at the the IIJ...
Jump on some wireless hotspots around the Tokyo metro area and fire up  
pin6, traceroute6...  you'll see what I mean...

(or try hitting <http://www6.nycbug.org> !)


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