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From: Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com>

David Barak
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>If you're determined to destroy IPv6 by bringing the problems of NAT forward 
>with you, then, I'm fine with you remaining in your >IPv4 island. I'm willing to 
>bet that most organizations will embrace an internet unencumbered by the 
>brokenness that is NAT and >move forward. I do not think that lack of NAT has 
>been a significant barrier to IPv6 adoption, nor do I think it will be.

Lack of NAT may or may not continue to be a barrier to IPv6 adoption.? However, 
it certainly *has* been a barrier to IPv6 adoption - I have had customers tell 
me that explicitly, and I have no reason to doubt them.