[ipv6hackers] "Stick to limited IPv6 deployments, businesses warned"
fgont at si6networks.com
Tue Aug 28 14:01:14 CEST 2012
On 08/23/2012 06:08 PM, Jim Small wrote:
>>> addressing them in IPv4), I don't think it makes sense to stand
>>> in front of the internet and say "stop growing until we fix
>>> this." (which is effectively what you say when you say only do
>>> limited deployments).
>> That depends on who you work for or who you're consulting for. If
>> Mark (or anyone else) is doing security consulting, they go with
>> "hey, deploy v6!", and their client gets into trouble with not
>> apparent benefit from deploying v6, they might be in trouble.
> Deploying something just for the sake of doing it is irresponsible.
> I'm advocating a thoughtful pilot project for organization to learn
Agreed -- but I don't think anyone has argued against *this*. Some folks
were just arguing against v6 deploying in production LAN environments.
> MAC address just like IPX and CLNP. While you could argue about this
> now it takes over 10 years to develop and roll out a protocol. If
> you don't like IPv6 you're welcome to start on the next generation
My job is not to like or dislike protocols, but to improve them where
possible. That's what I've tried to do so far.
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