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IPv6 at the 2008 Olympics
Posted by: Jordi on Thursday, May 08, 2008 - 10:22 AM
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In my previous post I threw out a few thoughts about the idea of enticing users to switch to IPv6 – a sort of variation on the long-running “we need an IPv6 killer app” argument – and the contradictions such enticement efforts would present: Mainly that IP of any version should be transparent to end-users who only care about services, not how those services are delivered. Any enticements bring IPv6 into the spotlight, where it should not be (except for routing and infrastructure geeks like me).
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