Re: [71attendees] IPv6 Jabber Identity server anyone?

Kurt Erik Lindqvist <kurtis@netnod.se> Wed, 12 March 2008 15:25 UTC

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On 11 mar 2008, at 21.30, Hallam-Baker, Phillip wrote:

> The objective here is to determine the functionality available to a  
> user on an IPv6 only connection.
>
> If the functionality is that I can only reach IPv6 hosts then I  
> might as well use IPv8. The deployment strategy is going to fail.  
> There is no incentive to deploy IPv6 hosts until there is a network  
> of IPv6 clients and vice-versa.
>
> So I would say that we have an important result, the current plan is  
> unworkable.
>
>
> I am not giving up my IPv4 address until there is no Internet  
> resource that I cannot reach via IPv6.
>
>
> The dual stack scenario works for the end user but does nothing to  
> solve the problem of depleting IPv4 space unless the IPv4 is behind  
> a NAT.
>

Which is why we had NAT-PT and why work is going on in v6ops to create  
requirements for a "better" translation mechanism to allow co- 
existance in a transition.

- kurtis -
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