Quote Originally Posted by konecnya View Post
In article <S6CdE.3399$C62.3033@novprvlin0914.provo.novell.co m>, Kevin
Boyle wrote:
> Certainly there are many more IPv6 addresses available than there are
> IPv4 addresses but what it comes down to is what the ISP can or will
> provide and at what cost.

And if the ISP doesn't have some IPv6 flowing yet, they need to be
kicked about it. Mobile phones are already often running on IPv6
already here in the land of more than half the IPv4. Poking your ISP
about their IPv6 support is worth while.

Andy of
http://KonecnyConsulting.ca in Toronto
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I've been looking around for IPv6 enabled ISPs here in Australia....and there aren't many at all.....those that do offer IPv6 will force IPv4 CNAT which just makes it kind of useless when trying to dual stack services....can't win.

I think PAT is going to be my friend for some time yet...