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# 81616 15-Apr-2011 11:27
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http://www.zdnet.com/blog/networking/it-8217s-official-asia-8217s-just-ran-out-of-ipv4-addresses/948

So ISPs better start deploying ipv6 very soon.

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  # 459090 15-Apr-2011 11:36
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Well, depending on how much their stash of unused V4 is, but yes, there will come a time when the run out and go to sign up a new customer then "whoops, all out of public v4s"

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  # 459108 15-Apr-2011 13:01
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So far the only ISP's doing IPv6 (trials!) on residential? DSL are Xnet and inspire.
http://ipv6.inspire.net.nz/

They are however still only "test trials" and offer no guarentee's..

 
 
 
 


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  # 459294 16-Apr-2011 03:57
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SafeNZ offer ipv6 to the home, although they are a regional isp and pricing is mostly aimed at businesses.




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