[AfrIPv6-Discuss] Business Case for Moving to IPV6
JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Wed Feb 19 11:35:18 UTC 2020
IPv4 addresses are no longer available. If you want to keep networks growing, you have basically two choices:
Buy IPv4 addresses (that come in part from those that have already deployed IPv6) and maybe CGNs. This is a short-term solution. You will be behind the rest of the world.
Deploy IPv6. This is the only long-term solution.
So the business case is: Do you want to sustain your grow, and consequently the viability of your network or business?
El 19/2/20 22:02, "Collin Hangula" <internet.collinhangula at gmail.com> escribió:
I am very new to this list and I am happy to have discovered it.
I am doing some research on IPv6 and have been collecting data about it's adoption in Africa.
Generally, I am concluding that IPV6 is not being adopted quickly, because there is no real business case for making the shift.
I would really appreciate any information to confirm or contradict this position.
Best regards and greetings from Namibia,
Collin M Hangula
B.Sc, CCNA, CCDA, CCNP, VSP, VTSP, CCSP, Cisco Info Security Specialist, Microsoft AEP, Cyber Sentry, UNESCO YoutMobile & ACW Trainer
Chief Technology Officer - Twenty-First Paradigms
Vice-President, Founding Member- Internet Society Namibia Chapter
ISOC Namibia Project Manager - MICT National Digital Strategy Development Project
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