[ipv6hackers] the end is near (or for IPv6: the beginning)
gert at space.net
Fri Jan 24 22:03:19 CET 2014
On Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 12:57:44PM -0800, Joseph Jackson wrote:
> > Now that's fairly easy, I think - Server 2003 should be out of support any day now, no?
> > Or are you honestly telling me you're running unix versions that are so old that they do not have IPv6, like Solaris 7 or SCO?
> I don't know how your enterprise works but most companies tend to only invest in new hardware when absolutely needed. I don't blame them in that regard.
Well, the thread was initially about things connected to the Internet
(about NAT as a requirement because people can't have enough public
IPv4 addresses). So I'm not particularily concerned about what enterprises
do *internally* - but it would scare me to hear about enterprises running
stuff on the external Internet that is old enough to be unable to do
(I know that enough firewalls and loadbalancers and such have major
shortcomings, but the *Servers* should be all good by now, some 15 years
after the first beta IPv6 stack for Solaris...)
have you enabled IPv6 on something today...?
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