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Re: [opensuse] Moving to IPv6
- From: Adam Tauno Williams <awilliam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2010 09:48:04 -0400
- Message-id: <1284385684.9502.3.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
And suddenly IPv6 will be required for some 'business purpose' and youIf you are seriously suggesting moving to a multi-protocol environment
[the IT dept] will be left looking by a bunch of dolts. Not rolling
forward with IPv6 now in a thoughtful deployment *only* leaves you the
scramble to deploy it [and overcome all the obstacles raised in this
thread] when suddenly you need it. I'll take a pass on that experience.
Just roll IPv6 support into the normal maintenance / update cycle.
you have obviously never worked in one.
FALSE: I've worked in IPv4, IPv6, NetBIOS, IPX, and SNA.
A multi-protocol network *IS THE FUTURE*! Fact.
You can dodge IPv6 for awhile if you like. You will not be able to
forever; IPv6 & IPv4 dual-stack networks are going to be the *norm* for
the next decade.
As for dolt comment in many cases the team is considered is damned if
they get it right and damned if they dont. In terms of popularity on a
good day you may get to be more highly considered than HR. In part this
is because one is financially trying to swim like a swan by paddling
furiously under the waterline . To do anything else would be taken as
the wrong kind incompetent (i.e the kind bean counters do not give cash
to), however there is catch 22 scenario in this in that the bean
counters then imagine that you have what is needed to do the job well. .
Therefore, getting the resources in large organisations and SMBs to get
the resources required has the potential to be... well... interesting..
Ok. And that explains why "large organizations" are frequently replaced
by previously-small organizations.
When the bean counter can't use the IPv6 web-service let me know what
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