Re: IPv6

John Hascall <john@iastate.edu> Thu, 15 February 1996 13:53 UTC

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To: Scott W Brim <swb1@cornell.edu>
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Subject: Re: IPv6
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From: John Hascall <john@iastate.edu>

> At 09:14 02/14/96, Paul Lustgraaf wrote:
>   >Many of us NEED IPv6 to survive.
> 
> An an interesting example, why does Iowa State NEED IPv6 to survive?

   The day when 5 to 6 thousand new systems show up every fall
   needing a net connection (all in the ~3 days between the
   opening of the dorms and start of classes) is nearly upon us.

John