[afripv6-discuss] What have you done for IPv6 lately,
since the 1st of January, 2013?
sm at resistor.net
Sun Feb 17 21:03:55 SAST 2013
At 09:36 17-02-2013, Hisham Ibrahim wrote:
>ISPs however still use the same explanations and last mile excuses
>we have been hearing for years mainly DSLAMs.
>And while we can not force ISPs to upgrade their infra we can still
>do some work arounds like the project Logan sent on the list to get
>the ball rolling.
>I have discussed with Logan the idea of talking with the ISPs and
>the ICTA in MU to replicate what he has done at his school in
>schools all over MU.
That's a good idea in my opinion.
>hopefully similar low cost solutions are what will give the ISPs all
>over Africa a reason to do IPv6 as well.
I hope so.
>I also agree with you as nice as presentations are, we should only
>look at measurable results.
Yes. Sometimes the results might not be attained. It would be good
to have an analysis of what was wrong. This is not about blaming people.
>broken like the yahoo and sonatel thread that was sent out earlier,
>(FYI Sonatel promised to resolve the issue and get back to the list
>with what was broken).
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