[AusNOG] My Predictions for the ISP Industry
yahoo at vapourforge.com
Wed Mar 14 09:44:16 EST 2012
On 03/14/2012 10:28 AM, Mark Newton wrote:
> It ain't 2005 anymore, son.
> > Billions and a few others maybe, anyone got more accurate details on
> > excactly what is still incomplete with CPE for home/soho users?
> The AVM FritzBox is pretty good for SOHO. Everything you'd ever
> want in one box. The high-end version counts as pretty good NBN CPE
> - mark
I have a fritzbox and internode
put @ipv6 into the username field (i think they default to ipv6 for new
and then everything was automatically working on ipv6.
my 11.10 install uses ipv6 for freenode and I presume other stuff, my
wifes android phone gets a v6 address and does v6 browsing again out of
the box, her windows 7 machine does the same.
From an end user perspective the only thing i had to do was ask for
ipv6 and since then its been completely transparent.
The biggest issue I can see is the firewall now really needs to be a
firewall, NAT provides a great deal of protection for end user
computers, if somebody finds a way past a billion ipv6 firewall in a few
years then bad things could be happening shortly afterwards.
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