[afripv6-discuss] What are the benefits of IPv6 over IPv4
Kivuva at transworldafrica.com
Mon Jun 4 10:13:34 SAST 2012
> > Tony Hain calculations indicate that if we allocate a /48
> > for every human, we will have enough IPv6 addresses for
> > the next 500 years or so. So there is not reason for not
> > doing so, specially, because for sure, in 50-100 years,
> > we will need some new changes, not this time because the
> > runout of addresses anymore.
> And my contention is that we're still thinking in today's
> terms, much like Vint thought in those days' terms.
> We simply don't know, yet, what will come along and make
> IPv6 look like IPv4 does today. But what we do know is that
> something will come along.
I am with you Mark Tinka
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