On Wed, 9 Sep 2009, Jeff Garzik wrote:
On 09/09/2009 09:48 AM, Seth Vidal wrote:
> On Wed, 9 Sep 2009, Matt Domsch wrote:
> > We could instead advertise www.ipv6.fp.o
and make people choose to use
> > v6 or not. Google does this today for exactly these reasons (failures
> > elsewhere in the network we can't control). Kind of defeats the
> > purpose though.
> Why not do this and continue working on ipv6 on the rest of the systems?
"rest of the systems" == rest of the world. could take a while :)
This is precisely IPv6's catch-22: if providers don't implement IPv6, then
end user networks won't get fixed. If end user networks don't get fixed,
providers won't implement IPv6.
In fairness IPv6 is sort of a second class citizen atm. Between me,
domsch and the volunteers we've had, several hours of time in the last
week have been spent debugging connectivity issues wrt ipv6.