BBC News - 'Fresh proposals' planned over cyber-monitoring
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Mon May 13 21:21:08 BST 2013
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Tom Thomson
<colinthomson1 at o2.co.uk> writes
>While anyone whose income depends on all their customers being able to get
>to them, and has the man in the street as his customer, has a massive
>incentive not to upgrade until all the ISPs have upgraded because the man in
>the street uses whatever his ISP sticks him with.
You are several years behind the curve, when it comes to provisioning
large sites (with many men in the street as customers) to be IPv6
ps Please don't top-post.
>Roland Perry wrote:-
> In article
><CAG5KPzxMZADeqO+av0HyoQn5+vYa9-Y3rtuaDAYrJ3k5r9Dx2A at mail.gmail.com>,
>Ben Laurie <ben at links.org> writes
>>> All that was necessary was making the bottom 0.1% (or whatever) of
>>> IPv6 map onto the old IPv4 space.
>>Oh yeah? So how would an IPv4 machine address the remaining space?
>They wouldn't, but all IPv6 subscribers would intrinsically be able to see
>all the existing IPv4 space.
>If people wanted to see IPv6 space as well, they'd have the incentive to
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