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Re: quality of v6 connections [Re: unmanaged scope comments]
-- mardi, septembre 24, 2002 09:36:29 +0300 Pekka Savola
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote/a écrit:
> I'll revisit this due to a private comment.
> Perhaps I should clarify this a bit.
> Your take seems to be "how do we solve this problem given the network and
> v6 connectivity we have".
> Mine is basically "we have a problem with network connectivity and v6 and
> with the current state, turning v6 on for everything will produce
> dissatisfied users".
> With "network connectivity" I'm referring to the 6bone mess.
6bone = experimental network. 6bone is not the IPv6 internet.
> People usually just say, "enable IPv6" but it's more complex that. As an
> user that actually uses IPv6 quite a bit, I'd be very hesitant to enable
> full use in a generic form.
> I'm not sure whether trying to solve this is in our charter or not (or
> even if it was, would we be able to do anything), but that's one real
> problem. 6bone mess is hindering IPv6 deployment.
> FWIW, I think 6bone addresses etc. are useful to get people started and
> acquainted with IPv6. But tunnel-to-everyone, transit-to-everyone mess
> is not. Those 6bone sites should be connected as leaf sites to proper
> connectivity providers.