BIND 9.3 in base
hmp at backplane.com
Sun May 8 02:53:58 PDT 2005
Martin P. Hellwig wrote:
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.
I am pretty sure that the Windows 2003 MCSE literature explains how to
setup IPv6 as well. IPv6 pickup in UK is slow as well; but then again
with a lot of things, UK will never come out of the dark ages. :-)
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