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RE: Again no multi6 at IETF#56
> > Production addresses are now being handed out now to ISPs
> and ISPs to
> > end users.
> Production means QUANTITY.
Production to me means USE.
> > I won't go into the reasons why it is happening but it is
> and far more
> > than most would imagine.
> I fully agree with you. It has been and is happening for
> these 8 years and will continue to be happening for next 8 years.
> > The first production use of IPv6 will be
> > 3GPP IM subsystem and I believe by this time next year it
> will exists.
> 3GPP has nothing to do with the Internet.
Yes it does. It is doing it in baby steps with IM system.
> The world largest deployment of mobile-capable IPv6 Internet
> is our LIN6-based project in Kyoto with hundreds of wireless
> base stations (but, with little users, because the base
> stations are, of course, IPv4 capable).
Yes. But that will change. I believe this will overrule 3GPP too.
> > >Is it OK, Jim?
> > Multihoming is clearly documented to be a problem area. Any user I
> > know is aware of the problem. But it is perceived to be an ISP
> > problem mostly.
> Then, it is a problem of RIRs, collections of ISPs.
> problem is solved.
But the deployment will not stop nor does it have to thusb far.
> > For those facing this now with some test bed deployment where their
> As the problem is scalability, test bed, which means small
> scale, deployment is helpless.
Not clear to me this is true.
> > IPv6 deployment will not wait for multi-homing to be solved.
> Then, what has been waited for?
> > More importantly what I believe will
> > bust open is home use with IPv6.
> Some may use IPv6 at research labo. Very few at home.
I believe that will change and maybe in the U.S. first.
> Masataka Ohta