Randy Bush wrote:
> What problem is IPv6 solving?
IPv6 solved the problem it was intended to solve.
And IPv6 did not even have to be deployed! Many people consider this to be
a good thing, as IPv6 has not really been demonstrated to improve anything.
I must remember to publish my EGP stargate 99 proposal which
by use of parallel quantum-mechanical computation evaluates
optimum routing path based on all known network performance
and policy criteria. By publishing this, MAE-East being
broken will instantly no longer be a problem for us ISPs.
Seriously: IPv6 - spot on.