john_larkworthy at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Mar 8 15:07:01 UTC 2011
I am not sure I see the need for IP6 everywhere. I suspect people will tunnel
until such time as the ISP convert. This could be another 10 years away.
The only difficulty with not having IP6 connectivity as I see it is the DNS
lookup on IP6 only sites will fail. Until there are a large number of IP6 only
sites worth visiting we are stuck on IP4 (with possible tunnelling for those
smart enough to do so). I am surprise that there are no commercial tunnelling
routers available at a reasonable price. A bit like my WAN/LAN router which
provide NAT connection to the VM network and a local IP network internally. It
would take some softwre but as well as offering dynamic DNS support it could
tunnel IP6 to a programmed end point.
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