ViRGE wrote on Apr 20, 2018, 15:06:
eRe4s3r wrote on Apr 20, 2018, 11:18:You can switch now or you can switch later. But if you switch later it's going to hurt all the more.
"Now for the last time, will you all please shift to IPv6?!"
The answer is no, and sod off
That's the problem. It won't hurt nearly enough NOT to do it so this shift gets and retains zero momentum. Yeah most big sites and ISP's DNS already support IPv6, but they don't assign you IPv6 unless you specifically enable it manually. And guess how many people do that.
Dual stack use is what IPv6 adoption is quite honestly a shitshow of epic proportions, and part of it is that I like my LAN IP'S in IPv4 because they make sense this way, and if you had 21 network devices with internal IPs then you'd not change to IPv6 either. It would be utterly confusing