|reply to BiggA |
Re: Who cares
said by BiggA:
That's far from claptrap. I'm just calling it like it is. IPv6 was a stupid idea from the get go, and still is a stupid idea. I doubt IPv4 will go away in any meaningful way in 20 or 30 or 40 years. There's just no reason to get rid of it.
Actually it is nothing but claptrap. Only a moronically stupid person would advocate for layers of NAT. Opinions from morons are worth -2 cents.
|reply to BiggA | said by BiggA:
Few users are even using IPv6. I have it disabled on my router, and I will keep it that way until I'm forced to move to IPv6. But that's going to be a LONG, LONG time away, since there's no need for IPv6, so everything that matters will continue using IPv4 for the foreseeable future. There's no shortage of IPs with CGN, so the whole over-hyped IP problem really isn't a problem after all.
The usual claptrap nonsense. Clueless as hell but not surprising.
|reply to whfsdude |
Re: Other Cool Stats
That is because of LTE. It would have been foolish to deploy IPv4 on that.
As for residential, Verizon is in no rush because they have a crapload of v4 IP's. In the meantime, I tried tunnel 6to4 (ok lots of caveats), but I'm more concerned w/ DNS security and hence run my own DNS server.
I certainly think them doing v6 is great, but I think most people would cheer raising the 300GB cap. Seems to me everything is getting better on the network, except the caps.
What about others?
I wonder when will Optimum and Verizon deploy IPv6? Optimum didn't even start (they even ignored the IPv6 day campaign). Verizon kind of started, but halted the effort.
|reply to IPPlanMan |
Re: Pretty cool...
said by IPPlanMan:
TWC trails... Who would have guessed?
The Sprint of MSOs?
Mount Juliet, TN
|reply to rocafellanrd |
Re: Well now everyone else needs to learn about it.
The area where customers really don't care..... Comcast is #1.
Sounds about right.
Well now everyone else needs to learn about it.