hiersd at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 08:13:55 EDT 2009
Never looked into it yet. I"m still working on Gerald Ford's Great
Metric Conversion :)
Our current business model doesn't contain a lot of drivers that might
motivate an investigation.
On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 9:01 PM, anorexicpoodle
<anorexicpoodle at gmail.com> wrote:
> Since we, collectively, are steering one of the industries driving up
> individual utilization of the IPV4 address space as well as being one of
> the most sensitive to NAT which is the only way through which IPV4 has
> been sustained as long as it has; it seems like a worthy exercise to
> discuss our own, and the industries preparedness to adopt IPV6.
> Has anyone out there had any experience using any of the open source
> platforms (OpenSIPS, Asterisk, SIPPY etc) with native IPV6? It seems
> like these projects are the best equipped right now to handle this move
> since they rely heavily on the network stack of the underlying OS.
> Are there any endpoints or other CPE that anybody has had luck getting
> to work over native IPV6?
> So far I am unaware of any carrier grade (meaning it costs a lot of
> money) softswtch platforms that are ready for this, or seem like they
> would be without a multi-year effort. Anybody out there that can
> enlighten us on this one?
> Any experience with SBC's or border elements that are or will be ready
> to handle IPV6 in deployment (either native 6 to 6 or 6 to 4 through a
> Finally any comments or thoughts on the whole topic, I am interested to
> see other opinions and approaches to the topic.
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