kyhwana2: Given that APNIC will have definetly run out of /8 v4 space by end of the year, after they've burnt through that, they'll get the last /8, which each organisation only gets a /22 of (That's 1024 address) and THATS IT.
Actually, that's wrong, their estimation is that these two /8's will be used within several months, but the last /8 is expected to last ~5 years (according to their announcement anyway
nigelj: With the recent announcement that APNIC have now triggered the last assignments of IPv4 space, and have indicated in several parts of their announcement, that the bulk of remaining IP addresses won't last long (several months, while the last /8 will be split into smallish chunks lasting a couple of years)) and are hence saying that the priority is now to move onto IPv6...
What's the current (updated) status of Orcon IPv6/DSL deployment. Looking at it, IPv6 for Colo seems pretty much standard (based on recent posts here) but IPv6 for ADSL based customers is a little bit more secretive.
From what I can tell, CPE wise, there is a lot more than previously mentioned that support IPv6, and Dynalink seem to have a few updated firmware images in the making. So what can a Orcon ADSL customer expect in the near future?
Sounddude: We have IPv6 in our core and are trialing it to the DSL network currently.
Not many CPEs support PPPoA IPv6 which has slowed things down.
Zeon: I can tell you now, Orcon definately are in no way ready for IPv6 deployment. I..
We are paying them $2k per month and they still can't sort their sh!t out even in their own datacenter with us being directly connected to their core then I won't hold my breath on DSL.