Kevin Philp wrote:
> Sergiusz Paprzycki wrote:
>> Raymond O'Donnell wrote:
>>> On 17/04/2009 16:04, Sergiusz Paprzycki wrote:
>>>>>>> There are 2 ISPs in Ireland I know of who supply IPv6 to all customers,
>>>> but they are both outside Dublin (Galway and Louth) and my feeling is
>>>> that you ask about Dublin.
>>>>>> Who are they?
>>>> Airwire mentioned already and Net1 I think.
>>> I understand IPV6 is important for the internet address space but what,
> as an internet user, will it do different/extra for me today? Reading
> the emails I was wondering if I should give it a try - but what benefit
> will I see? Should I bother?
To be honest not a whole lot. At least as an "normal" internet user. It
is more to see if you are prepared for this sometimes called "new
internet".. ie. does your router/OS support it?
For the moment there is very little available on IPv6 only, however
there is some cool stuff. I would recommend www.sixxs.net as a source of
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