[arin-ppml] Apple's secret "Back to My Mac" push behind IPv6(appleinsider.com)
Robert E. Seastrom
ppml at rs.seastrom.com
Fri Aug 22 16:38:00 EDT 2008
"Ted Mittelstaedt" <tedm at ipinc.net> writes:
> Good. A much-needed intro to IPv6 for the Apple die-hards.
> At least, the first half of the article was.
Full of such unintended funniness as "class A subnet" and ten year out
of date "IPv6 is more secure" drum banging. Wish they had a technical
> The last half was full of shameless plugging of Apple products,
> wrapped in the typical myopia of all-the-worlds-a-mac, though.
> Although I guess you have to have that, to force-feed the
> educational bit.
I don't see anything like that at all. What I see is "it can benefit
Apple's applications in this way", while asserting that Microsoft and
others are also supporting IPv6. Far cry from "all-the-world's-a-mac".
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