[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2019-19: Require IPv6 Before Receiving Section 8 IPv4 Transfers
marka at isc.org
Mon Nov 11 17:36:16 EST 2019
Actually the arrogance of enterprises in not turning on IPv6 is astounding.
Their customers are being forced to share IP addresses not only between their
own machines but between machines from different customers because they can’t
take the simple step of turning on IPv6 on their servers. No one else can
do that but them.
The world ran out if IPv4 address in 1995. Stop gaps have kept IPv4 going since
then and they are getting worse. 20 years to plan to turn on IPv6 and they still
say they need more time. Thats mega arrogance for you.
> On 8 Nov 2019, at 12:08, Michel Py <michel at arneill-py.sacramento.ca.us> wrote:
> Hi Jordi,
>> I'm not sure if this is a love or a war declaration ... below ...
> This is war, make no mistake.
>> In fact, we should aim, as a community (RIRs, IETF, ICANN), to do as much as we can to start sunseting IPv4 now.
> This is why we are at war. In 20 years, you have not yet captured 10% of the enterprise market and you are talking about sunset ?
> Your arrogance is mind-boggling. You are fighting for the survival of IPv6. You had your shot at it. For 20 years. Now want to kill my ecosystem, I will thrown anything I have at yours. No matter how dirty it is. No matter how much people will hate me. Not being nice anymore.
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