[arin-ppml] fair warning: less than 1000 days lefttoIPv4 exhaustion
paul at vix.com
Mon May 5 04:10:21 EDT 2008
> In any case, the exact runout date is irrelevant. What is more important
> is knowing the nearest possible date for runout since that is the date
> you want to target with your IPv6 readiness plans. If you are IPv6 ready
> in 1.5 years, then it doesn't matter when IPv4 addresses run out. If you
> need 3 years to become IPv6 ready, then you have a problem.
> --Michael Dillon
if on the other hand ipv6 isn't going to make or save any money this year
for those who deploy it, because not enough others have deployed it, and if
the undepreciated capital plant doesn't support it so it would take capital
spending to get it done, then deploying ipv6 is a bad idea. no earlypoints.
lather, rinse, repeat.
i don't like it, but there it is.
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