Date: Fri, 12.06.20 00:42
Be prepaired ;-)
On Thursday June 11 2020 16:04, you wrote to Terry Roati:
MVDV>>> IPv6 adaption is going tantalizingly slow.
TR>> I beleive it is due to hardware upgrade delays, ISP's like making
TR>> money no spending it until they have to.
RM> Nope ... the hardware in the field supports it for years. (at least
RM> all the IP equipment and the vast majority of the CPEs) It is the cost
RM> of the configuration. It is more complex to support dual stack, and
RM> the average customer is not willing to pay an extra. So there is no
RM> business case. Why should they spend money on configuring something
RM> that the vast majority of their customer base does not care about.
I think is is not the available equipment, but it is also not the ISPs any
more. The ISPs /are/ finally moving. Now it is the companies that are the
laggerds. Here is another contribution from Iljitch:
What we see is that more people have IPv6 at home than they have at work...
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