BIND 9.3 in base
Martin P. Hellwig
mhellwig at xs4all.nl
Sat May 7 13:12:13 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$tomer$).
No, I'm not cynical -- my wife is entirely wrong about that...
Microsoft perhaps not tends to promote IPv6 public but they do have it
implemented in 2003 server and XP. So their equal on that subject with
SUN, Novell, Red Hat, Oracle and just about every other bigger IT
related company I am aware of.
Bashing MS is perhaps easy but I feel it is not relevant in this
However I am biased as I use much MS technology, just about the same as
I use Apple's, BSD's, Solaris and Linux combined.
The trick for me is to use the right technology at the right place, the
difficulty for me is to find the right match.
I do not use non-windows because I dislike MS but because I prefer a BSD
licensed unix like system.
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