BIND 9.3 in base
Thomas E. Spanjaard
tgen at netphreax.net
Sat May 7 13:01:01 PDT 2005
IMO the reason IPV6 has not been pushed in the U.S. is that Micro$oft
thinks it is not important for their bottom line. When and if that
time arrives you can bet that the adoption of IPV6 in the U.S. will be
$wift (and expen$ive for M$ cu$tomer$).
Actually, IPv6 has been available for Microsoft Windows since Windows
2000 SP3ish as a developer update, and included with Windows XP as
experimental driver (all ip6.int). Since XP SP1 (or SP2, not sure),
ip6.arpa support is implemented. I actually have it running here, both
with route advertisements and without.
-- Thomas E. Spanjaard
tgen at xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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