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

"Hallam-Baker, Phillip" <pbaker@verisign.com> Tue, 11 March 2008 20:41 UTC

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The demonstration has proved something that many people knew but few have been willing to accept.


The next challenge is going to be to get people to accept the fact that IPv6 deployment is not going to be viable unless it is zero-click administration for the end user.

I am not going to spend all my otherwise free time giving free network administration advice.


We now have Firefox loading the ietf.org page, but it does a reverse DNS lookup first for the loadbalancing so its actually on ipv4 by the time we are done.

Still no idea where there might be a jabber identity server that runs IPv6.

-----Original Message-----
From: 71attendees-bounces@ietf.org on behalf of Patrik Fältström
Sent: Tue 11/03/2008 4:21 PM
To: Michael Graff
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Subject: Re: [71attendees] IPv6 Jabber Identity server anyone?
 

On 11 mar 2008, at 11.11, Michael Graff wrote:

> This is one reason I don't think the no-v4 experiment is really of  
> use right
> now.

I think the experiment is very valuable. Not because things will work,  
but more because people (like myself) actually start to ensure that  
IPv6 exists and works. I have too many things to do, but the fact IPv4  
will be gone I actually ensured I have IPv6 image on my router at  
home, IPv6 connectivity etc. It would (still) have been too low  
priority if this test would not have happend.

    Patrik

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