[At-Large] Depository (was Re: Privacy and domain abuse vs the IP constituency)

Christian de Larrinaga cdel at firsthand.net
Mon May 9 18:42:06 UTC 2011

<rant>viva telecoms, viva ITU termination rates, viva secret bilateral deals, viva networks dipping their cut into everything you do. 

or IPv6

take your pick

Incidentally how many of us sit behind 32bit IPv4 address gateways today? If it hasn't happened yet it probably isn't a good idea. That doesn't support the argument that it is a going to be a good idea into the future. </rant>


On 9 May 2011, at 10:26, Karl Auerbach wrote:

> However, I sense that some of the energy being displayed here comes from 
> a fear that IPv6 isn't going to take off.  (My own feeling is that IPv6 
> isn't going to happen and that, instead, the net is going to fragment 
> into separate IPv4 regions, each with its own complete 32-bit IPv4 
> space, connected by application level gateways.)
> 	--karl--

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