[AusNOG] APNIC Slashes Costs for New Members
jared.hirst at serversaustralia.com.au
Sat Mar 2 12:06:58 EST 2013
I've ben taken out of context and had people only read what they want to
read, so I'm not not going to continue discussing.
I feel like I was In a playground for a while there.
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On 02/03/2013, at 11:48 AM, "nathan at manageddatasolutions.com.au" <
nathan at manageddatasolutions.com.au> wrote:
That seems to be just a comment for the sake of creating an argument...
You either didn't read the rest of the post or seem to be interested in
taking that sentence out of context when the rest of the post indicates all
the pros and cons for a small business to accelerate investment in IPv6 (or
not accelerating it beyond what's in the project plan).
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From: "Mark Smith" <markzzzsmith at yahoo.com.au>
To: "Nathan Nogic" <nathan at manageddatasolutions.com.au>, "'Mark Andrews'" <
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Cc: "ausnog at lists.ausnog.net" <ausnog at lists.ausnog.net>
Subject: [AusNOG] APNIC Slashes Costs for New Members
Date: Sat, Mar 2, 2013 11:35 AM
> The commercial
> reality is that very few of our customers actually care about IPv4 or IPv6
> (shocking but true), they care about connectivity
And that is exactly why *you* need to care about IPv6, even if your
customers don't. "The Internet" means, or will soon mean both IPv4 and
IPv6. If you don't provide both of them, you aren't providing complete and
full Internet connectivity, and customers will care about that a lot.
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