[arin-discuss] Anyone play with IPv6 on the RV4000?
tedm at ipinc.net
Mon Jun 2 14:10:59 EDT 2008
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> [mailto:arin-discuss-bounces at arin.net] On Behalf Of Keith W. Hare
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> > [mailto:arin-discuss-bounces at arin.net] On Behalf Of Ted Mittelstaedt
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> > Subject: [arin-discuss] Anyone play with IPv6 on the RV4000?
> > Does the existence of this at that price point make the "we
> > gotta extend the life of IPv4" argument a moot issue?
> > Or does the price point of IPv6 routers have to hit the
> > $19.95-on-sale-at-Walmart region to invalidate that argument?
> The price point of of the RV4000 is about right. However, the
> specifications on the Linksys web site don't mention the fact that the
> RV4000 supports IPv6.
> I don't think IPv6 has a chance of being real until the term "IPv6" is
> important enough that the marketing people put it in the high level
> product descriptions.
I think it's the other way round.
When the marketing people start putting IPv6 in the high level
product descriptions, THEN we will know it's important
and is being considered "real"
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