On 12/30/06, Timothy Murphy <tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie> wrote:
> As a matter of interest, I tried IPv6 some time ago,
> but either I don't understand it properly,
> or else my ISP, eircom, does not support it,
> or (most likely) both.
Well that's that, Eircom does not support it for end users. Not yet.
They probably will in 2020 when they will offer 6MB lines to people
with caps of 150GB on broadband. By then, they might just be finished
decommissioning ISDN lines ...
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