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Re: [RRG] IPv6 immediate benefits to some end-users?
On Jun 11, 2008, at 9:30 PM, Robin Whittle wrote:
But this has been true for years. If it is attractive, then where
is the evidence that end-users, beyond those with IETF technical
interests, are actually keen to pay for a real IPv6 service?
a) The vast majority of end users simply want (to consume) their pr0n,
they don't care how it gets to them
b) ISPs actively discourage it because it breaks their business models/
requires new or different 'stuff'
c) Very few of the applications end users want to run support IPv6
d) Very few of the content providers end users want to connect to
e) all of the above
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