"Barak A. Pearlmutter" <ba...@cs.nuim.ie> wrote:


> For the next few years at least, when both are available, IPv4 will
> typically be faster and more reliable than IPv6.  That is the world we
> are living in.

In the world I live in, my ISP was among the very first here to deploy
native IPv6 on DSL *years* ago and is actively seeking IPv6 peering
opportunities with as many networks as possible.

IPv6 connections here are usually as fast if not faster than IPv4

I suggest you fix your world instead of insisting on breaking everbody
else's by changing a default policy and making it the exact opposite
of what everbody else is doing and what the standards recommend.


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