And long may it remain on the back burner.
I want IPv6, but not what VM was proposing to deliver. I currently have an IPv6 HE tunnel that provides exactly what I need and the nearest to a dual stack that I think I will ever get.
VM please use the time you have, to reconsider the stupid DS-Lite proposal. We were constantly told you have plenty of IPv4 capacity. So why throw it away. (Or sell it)
CGNAT is going to come whether you like it or not. At least with DS-lite you can still receive inbound connections.
Google's v6 stats tend to be flat for the first 4 or so months of the year, for whatever reason. Perhaps we'll see something happening soon.
@het69 wrote:Quite an apt time to add that I'm off to BT soon, now that FTTP is available in my street. I can't wait for the 10th anniversary to come round and still be in the same position.
Quite an apt time to add that I'm off to BT soon, now that FTTP is available in my street. I can't wait for the 10th anniversary to come round and still be in the same position.
Slightly off topic I know but in praise of IPv6 .......
I now have 2 Xboxes running at home, both with Open NAT courtesy of BT's IPv6 ........ No messing with IPv4 port forwarding etc. etc.
One advantage of having BT and VM (for work connection redundancy btw) circuits.
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@fyonn wrote:Any updates?
Morgaine has probably retired now and moved away to a island somewhere in Asia. I know the intention was to wait it out for IPv6 deployment, but sometimes we grow old before things happen ....
Looking on APNIC labs, I would say nothing has moved forward for users. I could be looking at it wrong I guess.