reply to ChuckcZar
Re: IPv6: Coming to a Rogers Near You in 2035
said by ChuckcZar :No, it pixelates due to signal problems!
Don't forget rogers digital television pixelates like a pig due to lack of bandwidth.
RIght! Compression artefacts, blurring due to compression, yes, pixellation, no.
reply to Rayson
said by Rayson:It is easy with equipment that supports native/dual-stack IPv6. IPv6 support has become a standard feature in practically all core routers more than five years ago and it is standard in all DOC3 equipment so in principle, cablecos with DOC3 have all the building blocks for native/dual-stack IPv6, no need for that 6to4/4to6/etc. junk.
It's not an easy task for any ISPs -- just Google: 6to4, 6over4, etc...
Found this page recently: »ipv6.rogers.com/
reply to elitefx
So is Rogers going to assign each customer an IP block, or are we still NATing?
mozerdLight Will Pierce The DarknessPremium,MVM
With pure IPv6 NATing should not be necessary.