[afripv6-discuss] What have you done for IPv6 lately, since
the 1st of January, 2013?
mje at posix.co.za
Tue Feb 19 18:00:58 SAST 2013
On Tue, 2013-02-19 at 07:20 -0800, SM wrote:
> At 05:50 19-02-2013, Guy Antony Halse wrote:
> >So I am the customer who *did* ask my home DSL provider for IPv6. For the
> >very reasons expressed above I know I'm in the minority, which is precisely
> >why I made a point of asking on behalf of those who don't know they need it.
> >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...
> There is content available over IPv6 now. The IPv6 adoption rate for
> South Africa is 0.46%. The University of the Free State mentioned
> that it switched to IPv6 last year. www.ufs.ac.za is IPv4 only
> though. www.tenet.ac.za is IPv4 only. whois.co.za is IPv4 only.
Careful, www.co.za is indeed IPv4 only - but has nothing to do with the
registry business in South Africa.
I believe that all the "CO.ZA" Registry machines are dual-stacked.....
eg - www.coza.net.za --> 2001:43f8:30::173
> The above (quoted text) happens everywhere. The presentations I saw
> mentioned plans to deliver IPv6 in 2012.
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