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Dave Piscitello wrote:
> Few organizations can deploy security measures for IPv6 today that are
> equivalent to what they have today with IPv4 across the board. And so
> far as I can tell from surveys and inquiries, (1) very few people are
> willing to make this trade off and (2) vendors are unwilling to
> implement IPv6 in this lame economy without a strong indication that
> they'll get a return on investment from the effort.
That is the point of why it needs to be someone like the US Government
and/or DoD saying "be available by IPv6 or you will get no work." It'll
force their all of suppliers/contractors to go to their vendors saying
"We need IPv6 capable stuff on the Internet. If you can't supply us, we
will go to someone who can/will."
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