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- From: Nick Hilliard
- Date: Sat Jun 14 05:37:53 2003
Brad Knowles wrote:
I was working at DISA at the height of the GOSIP stuff. I remember
the internal discussions and arguments. I'm fortunate enough to have
known a guy who was instrumental in helping to finally kill the damn thing.
We all have our OSI horror stories.
Less likely. At least there is general consensus among pretty much
everyone - with the exception of a small number of cranks - that IPv6 is
good. This is not something which could have ever have been said about
the ISO model, which governments loved and everyone else loathed.
Should we hope that the same won't happen to IPv6?
IPv6's major implementation problem is going to be apathy. After all,
things are working fine at the moment, and who cares that some day there
might be a big ip address crunch?