[ppml] Transition affects business decisions

moraleja moraleja at racsa.co.cr
Wed Sep 25 17:11:02 EDT 2002

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Subject: [ppml] Transition affects business decisions

> http://ops.ietf.org/lists/v6ops/v6ops.2002/msg00284.html
> From: "Bound, Jim" <Jim.Bound at hp.com>
> Transition affects business decisions
> "IMO we need to build whatever we build that is new in v6ops with this in
mind if we are to be successful and have what we do be
> used by the market."
> ======
> For many years, the IETF claimed it was not involved in setting policies
that impact business success or failure.
> Many saw that as a hypocritcal position, meant to distract people while
the IETF people engaged in activities
> that attempt to allow some businesses to succeed and others fail. Has the
IETF changed from that approach
> now that it sees that IPv6 is not selling ?
> By the way, how does HP justify all this address space ?
> http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space
> 015/8           Hewlett-Packard Company                 Jul 94
> 016/8           Digital Equipment Corporation           Nov 94
> ==========================================
> Jim Fleming
> 2002:[IPv4]:000X:03DB:...IPv8 is closer than you think...IPv16 is even
> http://www.netfilter.org/
> http://www.analogx.com/contents/dnsdig.htm
> http://ipv8.dyndns.tv
> http://ipv8.yi.org
> http://ipv8.dyns.cx
> http://ipv8.no-ip.com
> http://ipv8.no-ip.org
> http://ipv8.no-ip.biz
> http://ipv8.no-ip.info
> http://ipv8.myip.us
> http://ipv8.dyn.ee
> http://ipv8.community.net.au
> http://ipv8.ods.org

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