Re: [76attendees] Warnings re: Oriental Hotel

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Mon, 09 November 2009 00:05 UTC

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> I thought it was common in Japan, often cited for its IPv6
> progress.

yes, often cited.

> You mean that, outside of the IETF, there is no IPv6 in hotel rooms in
> Japan (for instance for wedding parties)?

ipv6 is not very widely actually deployed in japan.  more powerpoint
than packets.

randy