[AusNOG] My Predictions for the ISP Industry
nicholas at udhaonline.net
Wed Mar 14 10:25:05 EST 2012
Does that Netcomm and other gear in that same leage actually support v6
properly? Does it run a v6 DNS masquerade? Will RA correctly assign v6 DNS
to hosts? Is DHCP6 supported? Simply routing v6 isn't enough, they need to
be able to operate 100% v6 only, and I'd be surprised if it does that.
Billions and a few others maybe, anyone got more accurate details on
excactly what is still incomplete with CPE for home/soho users?
On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:19 AM, Mark Newton <newton at atdot.dotat.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 09:21:29AM +1100, Mark Andrews wrote:
> > Or telling their customers what they need to buy so they can connect
> > over IPv6 when they turn it on. Add to that the CPE router vendors
> > that don't have IPv6 support in low end boxes yet. It is appearing in
> > high end boxes.
> And low end boxes.
> Billion 740x series: Dual stack out of the box, software upgrade
> available for owners of equipment shipped as v4-only, provided they
> have enough RAM.
> Netcomm NB6plus4W: An ADSL2+ home router with WiFi available for
> $80 retail, can't get much lower-end than this. IPv6 for about the
> last year.
> And for the geeks, of course, anything that runs OpenWRT has
> supported dual-stack since forever.
> "Lack of support in low-end CPE" is no longer an excuse for not doing
> If your low-end CPE vendor doesn't do it, then "lack of support in
> low-end CPE" is an excellent reason to change vendors to one that
> - mark
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