[arin-ppml] inevitability of NAT?

In message <017201cbc803$15a6ef70$40f4ce50$>, "Frank Bulk" writes:
> Mark:
> The hardware came before the implementation of IPv6 support.  They tried to
> fit in existing hardware, but it didn't work.  Future hardware revisions of
> some models will include expanded storage, allowing for SPI support.

I understand that with small routers and I wasn't complaining.  I'm just
glad that products are starting to appear.
> I suspect that most consumer/SOHO router vendors are in the same predicament
> at D-Link.
> We can complain about the past, but that won't change anything.  Better to
> make current and future purchasing decisions about what's out there -- I am.
> Frank

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