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IPv6 Readiness
• Fifteen percent (15%) of survey respondents have IPv6 fully deployed, with 21%
indicating it is deployed in their core networks. A further 29% of respondents have a
deployment plan.
• Respondents in developed economies are the least likely to be ready, or have plans to
deploy, IPv6. Fifty-two percent (52%) of respondents in developed economies have
either deployed, or plan to deploy, IPv6 compared to 73% of respondents in LDEs.
• Lack of demand from customers and customers not being ready were the factors most
often included in the top three challenges affecting full IPv6 deployment by 46% and
36% of respondents respectively.
• Twenty-seven percent (27%) of all respondents cited no obvious technical or business
benefits to adopting IPv6
among their top three challenges affecting deployment,
particularly in Oceania where 36% of respondents included it within the top three
factors affecting their ability to deploy IPv6.



Exactly same in my tiny ISP. where is a business case, Paul?

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Date: 2016-10-04 06:27 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] furry.livejournal.com
Не, я понимаю, если ISP такой tiny, что у него планов роста - 0, быть на рынке лет через 10 они не планируют - то действительно, какие причины...

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Date: 2017-04-07 04:07 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] rampitec
Для нормального человека бонус один, отсутствие проклятого NAT. Ну а что адреса кончаются, это у ISP голова болит.

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