[ipv6hackers] the end is near (or for IPv6: the beginning)
Wouter van Bommel
wouter at vanbommelonline.nl
Fri Jan 24 19:58:14 CET 2014
I feel a bit irritated due to the fact that I am questioned about my
personal efforts to promote ipv6. This as I do not see how this can benefit
anyone on this list in getting a clear picture why we need it.
Also I doubt that any search engine was utilized before this mail was sent.
Hopefully this was a misunderstanding and can this list stay free of
(the same one having a 6bone handle, written a tutorial about ipv6 tunnels
on a linksys e2000 router and author of the 6table plugin for webmin)
On Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 01:47:23PM +0100, Wouter van Bommel wrote:
> Would be glad if IPV6 is finally a reality, so that these kind of issues
> are finally resolved for everybody (and not just the people with lot's of
> historical ipv4 addresses)
Have *you* done your part in making IPv6 reality? Like, made your company
mail and web servers IPv6 capable, changed your ISP links to providers
that give you IPv6 with it, etc.?
IPv6 is here, but some suppliers still don't get it, so it needs some
(Your personal mail is in the google cloud, so that has IPv6 :) )
have you enabled IPv6 on something today...?
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