links for 2010-10-20

  • This is a nice move. Doesn't solve the problem, just delays it, but still. As I've said for the last couple of years, if you aren't looking at IPv6, even in a research mode, you are way behind.

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  • Of course, if Linksys/Cisco/Netgear et al. could deign to produce an entry-level router that actually did IPv6, then this would *actually* gain some ground.

    Until then, ISPs like us are totally stuck with providing IPv4 to our customers and there’s SFA we can do about it but wait until half the internet becomes unroutable like they’re predicting.

    Our core routers and datacenter are all IPv6 right now, of course.

  • No kidding, and very good point. Seems like a giant business opportunity for a smaller router manufacturer (Buffalo or somebody) to get in with a big ISP and do home IPv6 right.