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- From: Jared Mauch
- Date: Thu Jun 12 13:44:05 2003
On Thu, Jun 12, 2003 at 01:14:30PM -0400, Andy Dills wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Jun 2003, Jared Mauch wrote:
> > I honestly see most of the backbone providers offering
> > native IPv4 and IPv6 services in the next few years. Contact
> > your provider as you can probally get in on any beta service
> > offerings they currently have.
> Am I the only one that thinks IPv6 is a minimum of ten years out before
> you see actual non-geek demand?
What I continuously remind myself is the transformation of the
internet from 10 years ago to now. When you look at what has happened
in comparison, I wouldn't rule this out at all. Obviously IPv4 is going
to be the primary for internetworks for some time but I do expect
traffic levels at the IPv6 exchanges to pick up. Personally, I find
some mirrors I connect to have a IPv6 address where they don't
rate-limit it, so when the next release of RH/FreeBSD come out, it's
quicker to download via IPv6 than IPv4 as there are no contention issues
for gaining access to the ftp server.
I see people doing IPv6 deployments but not quite as fast as
the IPv4 deployment speed of the past 10 years, but with most sites
enabled in the next 3-5 years at most.
Jared Mauch | pgp key available via finger from email@example.com
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