[AusNOG] IPv6: Where's my tunnel?

Joshua D'Alton joshua at railgun.com.au
Fri Mar 8 17:11:21 EST 2013

Sorry I was replying to Matthew, and it seemed he was talking carrier level
not end user. I agree it is different for end users for sure.

On Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 4:56 PM, Noel Butler <noel.butler at ausics.net> wrote:

> **
> On Fri, 2013-03-08 at 16:39 +1100, Joshua D'Alton wrote:
> Might be a lot of work involved, might be recouping costs for previous
> work, might be a 5 minute job that requires going up and down the chain and
> therefore costing the company such a setup fee.
>  As Mark suggested "Why are you people continuing to reward providers of
> IPv4-only transit by giving them money?". Maybe suggest to them that you
> will move to another provider, that might get them to drop the setup fee
> (which I assume must be
> Because ipv4 providers can allow you to reach anyone on the internet, ipv6
> is almost as lonely as a few random PC's in a 10/8 LAN
> My current provider provides me with an excellent service in reliability,
> stability and price, compared to one of the very very very few ISP's in Oz
> that do offer ipv6, are you  s e r i o u s l y  going to suggest I leave
> them just because they are slack arses at rolling out ipv6 for end users?
> Some people really must live in an alternate reality.
> When TPG offer ipv6 for home users, I'll be amongst the first to take it,
> but neither mine, nor your worlds (contrary to the belief of some here) are
> going to end because they don't and have no publicly stated time frame in
> doing so.
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