2.1.2: keyserver route failure

Peter Lebbing peter at digitalbrains.com
Wed Feb 18 19:56:35 CET 2015

On 18/02/15 18:07, Johan Wevers wrote:
> Admit it, IPv6 has failed. It may get some uses, but the widespread
> adaptation of carrier NAT has made it largely obsolete.

Tired as I may be of this discussion (what's your next argument, NAT provides
beneficial firewalling behaviour?), I still wish to say that I will not "admit"
IPv6 has failed or that IPv4 advancements[1] made it obsolete. Get off your soapbox.


[1] I shudder to call NAT an advancement, but that's apparently how you present it.

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