[AfrIPv6-Discuss] Next generation MITnet
willy.manga at auf.org
Thu Apr 20 10:28:48 UTC 2017
What actions I'm fighting for ?
If it's on v6 adoptions AND usage, I will continue because that should
be the way forward.
On universities field where we are involved, from my point of view that
should even be mandatory. I will continue to say that there are no
reasons to not use v6 today (not tomorrow).
Concerning MIT statement it depends on where you stand. They will
migrate completely to v6 because they will not «have to worry about the
proliferation of smart phones, the Internet of Things, or whatever comes
next» . Our universities have to follow that path in my humble opinion.
Here in Cameroon, v6 networks work quite well in our networks (Yaounde
,Ngaoundere ) and we'll continue to push its development in the
On the other side you may look after the business opportunity. But
that's not related to academic fields...
Le 20/04/2017 à 10:56, Arnaud AMELINA a écrit :
> Now you start understanding thing. Good luck. Make your personnal
> experience so you will understand some engaged actions you are fighting.
> Le 20 avr. 2017 09:48, "Willy MANGA" <willy.manga at auf.org> a écrit :
>> some of you may have noticed this statement  of someone from the MIT .
>> They plan to end their v6 deployment in 18 months if i'm right. That's a
>> very good move.
>> However the part of this statement I do not like is the fact they intent
>> to sell some of their v4 block (/9 ) . I'm wondering if it will not
>> cause more harm than benefits to v6 adoption.
>> It will nurture a market who will do its best to survive years after years.
>> Considering that, I think we have to be more cautious with the policies
>> we are currently writing. :)
>> 1. https://gist.github.com/simonster/e22e50cd52b7dffcf5a4db2b8ea4cce0
>> Willy Ted MANGA
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Willy Ted MANGA
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