[afripv6-discuss] What are the benefits of IPv6 over IPv4
JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Sat Jun 2 16:43:26 SAST 2012
Because addresses and other Internet resources aren't sold to the LIR, and
consequently the LIR can't sell them.
You can charge for the services, and you actually already charge for the
access, I guess, so when you make your figures for your profit, you need
to consider all the expenses, including the access to the resources.
De: Kivuva <Kivuva at transworldafrica.com>
Responder a: IPv6 in Africa <afripv6-discuss at afrinic.net>
Fecha: sábado 2 de junio de 2012 15:23
Para: IPv6 in Africa <afripv6-discuss at afrinic.net>
Asunto: Re: [afripv6-discuss] What are the benefits of IPv6 over IPv4
>If LIR incur costs to get allocated resources by RIR, why cant they
>somehow try to recover their expenses by selling the resources?
>On 02/06/2012, SM <sm at resistor.net> wrote:
>> Hi Mark,
>> At 01:24 02-06-2012, Mark Tinka wrote:
>>>Everyone knows that an African ISP seeking IPv6 connectivity
>>>to Europe is going to lead to the "local traffic global"
>>>issue, again; and this is inevitable if we don't buck up.
>> During a conversation with vendor X, it was mentioned that some
>> hardware was donated for an IXP in country Y. Vendor X then asked
>> how are things in country Y. It's easier not to answer such a
>> question than to say that that country Y was only pushing around 256
>> Kbits/sec through the IXP.
>> Sometimes the problem is about money. Sometimes the problem lies
>> There is an "ipv6webinar" next week where Sonatel will talk about its
>> IPv6 experience.
>> ;; QUESTION SECTION:
>> ;www.sonatel.sn. IN AAAA
>> ;; ANSWER SECTION:
>> www.sonatel.sn. 259200 IN AAAA 2001:4278:0:2::2
>> The above looks ok. The web server is not accessible over IPv6. The
>> IPv6 adoption rate in Senegal is 0%.
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