Re: [Int-area] Fw: Continuing IPv10 I-D discussion.

Joe Touch <touch@isi.edu> Fri, 31 March 2017 14:44 UTC

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On 3/30/2017 11:17 PM, Mikael Abrahamsson wrote:
> Let me give you an IPv6 deployment timeline:
>
> Standards were worked out in the mid 90-ties, afterwards operating
> system vendors started working on it and "real" support started
> cropping up in the early to mid 2000:nds, with a large milestone being
> Windows Vista in 2006, where as far as I know this was the first
> widely used consumer operating system to implement this.
Both trivia and context:

USC/ISI developed the first IPv6 stack for Windows NT, released publicly
for testing in 1998:
http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1267217

It took another 8 years for a revised version to be deployed in Windows
Vista to be widely available.

Joe