Metro, today, IPv6

AAISP have been doing IPv6 for 8 years, and we are providing IPv6 by default now, but still, I did get a mention, which is nice.


They have the number of addresses out by a factor of a trillion trillion :-)


  1. In fact, it's full of technical errors isn't it? But as you say, at least you got a mention and might get the issue highlighted with the public.

  2. They also say XP can't "read" IPv6 - I thought it could?

  3. Indeed. And he talks of IPv4 being 1996-era, when IPv4 dates back to at least 1981 and IPv6 was 1995.

  4. It's on "Page" 14 if anyone else is feeling lazy and doesn't want to search for it ;-)


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