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Re: [tlug] WAN fail-over configuration in Linux-based router

On Sat, Nov 07, 2009 at 05:25:02PM +0900, Curt Sampson wrote:
> I found it very telling that a few years ago NTT was one of the first
> ISPs in the world to offer native IPv6 to home users. They were interested
> in great part in help to solve the address space problem, of course.
> So what did they give you for addresses when you asked for IPv6
> connectivity? A /128. One address.

Wasnt aware of that... not thats a good cause for bringing NAT for
v6 into life then.
They had no real arguments for this in europe.


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