Reply to post: Not an issue if you already have an ipv4 address

IPv6 growth is slowing and no one knows why. Let's see if El Reg can address what's going on

QuiteEvilGraham

Not an issue if you already have an ipv4 address

I guess that the basic issue is that for most people, IPV4 just works, and all their devices are behind NAT.

I stuck IPV6 support into the products I support some years ago, and from the occasional customer logs I see, it seems to be a thing, but that's all. Also, you can't really use it without a DNS; the addresses are impossible.

So who is going to volunteer for that?

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