From: jeremie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jan 25 2000 - 06:23:19 PST
NetBSD, BSD/OS, FreeBSD, and OpenBSD all have IPv6 support built-in from
the KAME Project (http://www.kame.net/)
On Tue, 25 Jan 2000, Ernest N. Prabhakar wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was just realizing that it seems like I haven't heard anything about IPv6
> for a while. There was a lot of hoopla a couple years ago when it was
> introduced, and all this talk (scare?) about IPv4 address scarcity. But
> it all seems to have died down.
> What's happened? Has NAT reduced the need for new IP addresses? Is IPv6
> being overengineered, so that people are reluctant to deploy it? Or it is
> quietly taking over, and I just haven't noticed yet?
> Does anybody know how much IPv6 support is in Windows 2000, or the
> mainstream Linux distributions?
> Inquiring minds want to know...
> -- Ernie P.
> Ernest N. Prabhakar, Ph.D.
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