[arin-ppml] The role of NAT in IPv6
cengel at sponsordirect.com
Wed Mar 31 10:55:47 EDT 2010
Owen Delong wrote:
> Actually, the places that most need to deploy IPv6 at this
> point being eye-ball ISPs and the public-facing portions of
> content and services providers, I don't think that NAT has
> been an actual barrier to adoption in either of those spaces.
> The vast majority of people calling for NAT66 are the
> enterprise interior, which is, IMHO, the least critical and
> least likely group to get on the IPv6 bandwagon quickly
> regardless of what is done to appease them.
Well, in addition to being an Enterprise...my company is also an ASP.... which I believe would qualify as a "content and services provider" under your definition.
So lets see, if I want to deploy IPv6 currently....
- Huge transition costs
- No support for tools I rely on every day to make MY environment work the way I want it.
- Out of compliance with current regulatory standards.
Gee Whiz... where do I get to sign up for that?
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