> Mark Andrews wrote:
> >> On Sep 13, 2007, at 12:05 AM, Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino wrote:
> >>>> I believe that a more constructive assessment is that enterprises ar=
> >>>> unwilling to pay non-trivial costs to renumber, and ISPs are
> >>>> unwilling to pay non-trivial costs to support a non-scalable routing=
> >>>> subsystem.
> >>> my persistent question to the enterprise operator is this:
> >>> how frequently do you plan to switch your isp, or how many times
> >>> did you do that in the past?
> >> That's actually irrelevant. Regardless of the real answer, =20
> >> enterprises are not willing to buy into vendor lock.
> > Except there really is no vendor lock anymore. It is
> > possible to automate the entire renumbering process. If
> > there are spots where it is not automated then they should
> > be found and fixed.
> Oh man, that's rich. Do you actually believe that?
If you design the network for IPv6 and not just copy the
IPv4 model. If you use the technology that has been developed
over the last 20 years, rather than disabling it, yes it is
> I think you forgot to set your alarm clock and are living in that dream
> world that I mentioned previously.
> Jeff McAdams
> "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a
> little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
> -- Benjamin Franklin
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