Re: Consumer Grade - IPV6 Enabled Router Firewalls.

From: Mark Newton (no email)
Date: Sun Dec 13 2009 - 18:44:25 EST

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    On 14/12/2009, at 9:38 AM, Frank Bulk wrote:

    > I hope you're right. I really hope that there's this phenomenal transition
    > in 2011 of content from 0.1% IPv6-accessible to 99% IPv6-accessible.

    Forget content, they're just along for the ride.

    When most service providers have eye-wateringly shite CGNs acting
    as intermediaries between eyeballs and content, the content providers
    will be motivated to move to v6 even if only as a means of damage
    control.

    > And
    > not even by node count, but by percentage of traffic. And pain is one way
    > to get there. Every few months I think of the number of truck rolls we'll
    > need to do to swap out DSL modems and SOHO routers with their IPv6
    > equivalents.

    Ah, that's something we don't have. Our customers own their own
    (which has its own slew of problems: I can't make them upgrade,
    and if I tell them they'll have to spend a hundred bucks to restore
    the functionality I broke for them last week I'll have a revolt
    on my hands...)

      - mark

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