high.res.mike at gmail.com
Wed May 11 20:37:30 CDT 2011
On 11-05-11 8:02 PM, Adam Thompson wrote:
> Unfortunately, no-one is willing to be the bad guy in that story...
> Not even a *country* can really pull it off. Think about how many
> non-IPv6-capable devices there are out there: virtually every single
> home router, printer, modem, camera, etc. Now as soon as a flag day
> is declared, the self-entitled of the world will rise up and say to
> their government, "who's going to pay for my new equipment?" Never
> mind that we've all known this day would come for over 10 years...
> On the other hand, I might turn out to be the first who actually has
> to manage a dual-stack network... and be willing to talk about it,
> anyway. Assuming I'm not on powerful drugs as a result of doing so!
> Holy **** does it get complicated! -Adam
Hmm... Just throwing an idea out there... I think I saw somewhere where
my D-Link 655 supported it. I've even got a spare G4 server with minimal
hard drive space I can use. Who knows if the NIC will work with ipv6. No
idea if my Mini can support it wirelessly. However if the stars align
and it can pique some interest why not make it a non-serious project for
a few people and see if we can make the system into an open content
server not connected to the net (this way we avoid the ipv4 <--> ipv6
I've been doing this off and on for a few years with ipv4. Basically a
LAMP server with some PHP apps. More than this is beyond my experience.
Still, if someone is interested drop by and we can set things up here as
Incidentally, getting an old PC for a short time instead of the G4
isn't out of the question. I just have to justify it to the folks in
> Trevor Cordes<trevor at tecnopolis.ca> wrote:
>> On 2011-05-11 Sean Cody wrote:
>>> Anyone have an interest or are is implementing ipv6 anywhere?
>>> An intro to ipv6 would be a great presentation topic so if you
>>> can share your experience, please do!
>> Seconded. But don't look at me.
>> Does anyone know when home ISP's like Shaw will start to offer IPv6
>> to home users? I don't think v6 will go anywhere until the ISP's
>> with their massive IP pools start switching end users to it.
>> All of this 6-to-4 stuff seems stupid and overly complex. I would
>> like to just see a day picked where 4 is shutoff and only 6 can be
>> used. We'll all be !@$#%ing our pants for a few days/weeks but then
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