[afripv6-discuss] What have you done for IPv6 lately, since the
1st of January, 2013?
Carlos M. martinez
carlosm3011 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 16:07:38 SAST 2013
I firmly believe that the urgency of the situation hasn't permeated
fully to the upper layers of management.
I'm not sure if they realize that they will have to spend money in the
next few years, whether they like it or not, be it CGNs or IPv6.
The only question that remains is which investment/expenditure offers a
better ROI, or, in Geoff Huston's words, 'which investment actually has
On 2/19/13 9:02 AM, Hisham Ibrahim wrote:
> On Feb 19, 2013, at 3:50 PM, Guy Antony Halse wrote:
>> The answer I got was "we don't support IPv6 at the moment". I asked if they
>> had a timeframe for deployment, so I'd know when to ask again. The answer:
>> "we have no plans to support IPv6".
>> Unfortunately I think this is very common. There's a catch22 here...
> Which has been unfortunately the case since we have started talking about IPv6 deployment.
> My question to the list would be, what makes ISPs in other regions move to getting IPv6 deployed across their networks all over the world (including the last mile),
> while we still here are just happy by turning on v6 advertisements at the core (that is if we do that) and not even have plans to go to the end users, even in a few years like Carlos said before?
> Do they not understand the importance, do not see the need to rush, I won't say do not have the funds because they do, are they still trying to find a ROI??
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