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.