[arin-ppml] Network World IPv6 Executive Summary

Cliff Bedore cliffb at cjbsys.bdb.com
Fri Feb 20 14:11:19 EST 2009


Thanks for the reference.

As a non-IPv6 person, I thought it gave some good explantions of what was
going on and who's looking at what.  It appears to me that the IVI offers the 
most capable system in terms of getting to IPv6 because you can hide IPv4 blocks
behind it forever if you need to but the backbone of the internet can become
IPv6 at whatever speed is comfortable.  I see it as different from "NAT" as
it's been used because it really maps v4 addresses into little chunks of v6
and both sides can get all ports to all hosts.  

Heck even the name is clever.  


> Just noticed this on the NW website, and I thought that they deserved a
> plug for doing some IPv6 education
> http://edge.networkworld.com/whitepapers/nww/pdf/C010_EG_IPv6_1208v2.pdf
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