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RE: IPv6 allocatin (was Re: ARIN Policy on IP-based Web Hosting)
> >> When IPv6 offers something end users or ISPs value over IPv4+NAT. > > Hah, interesting thought! :-) Perhaps we should push for people to > > use the IPv4+NAT kludge, > > A very large number of folks are using IPv4+NAT now, mostly without > complaint (or even awareness). I use it myself quite frequently. In a > limited (albeit typical) mode of communication, NAT works just fine. > IPv6, on the other hand, does NOT work for the vast majority of people > on the Internet. The point was a NAT'ed (masqueraded) network attempting to communicate with another NAT'ed (masqueraded) network. That does NOT work for the vast majority of people on the Internet. And it's a conceptual flaw, rather than a lack of technology penetration (IPv6). -- Christian Kuhtz, Sr. Network Architect Architecture, BellSouth.net <firstname.lastname@example.org> -wk, <email@example.com> -hm Atlanta, GA "Speaking for myself only."